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Array Ooronimeri* Printing om.
AILY
Columbian.
VOLUME 7
tfGW   WESTMINSTER, B. U, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 16, 1889
NUMBER 13
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.
T. C. ATISJNSOK,
BAKK1HTKK,HOIjI01'I'OH,4o, OlllniiH-
Masonio Building, Now WoHtiniiistei',
u, o.       ^°
AZIBISTIIUNO A IfiCKSVKIN,
BAM.MTJf.KS,  SOLICITOUS,   ETO.-
Miisonli* Uuitdlnif,   New Wt-slmin*
ster, B, 0. dwmyJlo
\V. NOUItlAN U<>l.tt, H.C.,
BARRlSTER-A-MiAW.LANbAQEN'f
Money to Loan; Oflloe—ularltson Bt.
Now weatmlnster,B.0. dlo
(JOBBOl Ul, McCOU, «S JE.'iXS-
BAHBI8TEHH- BOIilOITOKS. elf.   Offl-
ces-Miisonlo Buildlugu, New Wosl-
mliislor, mid Vancouver, H. 0.        dwto
A.O.BXtVDONK-JAClE.. M. A ,
NOTAUY PUBLIC, CONVBYAKOEU,
Ail. UniTlsler nf Uio New ItrunsWtek
Hlipnmio Court', Oil.'-u hi lln- HiiinlW
Huildiii'f.ColiiHiliijiKi., ojnioaito tiio Oolonial Iloitil.  tlaiiBle
JO.SH.PI1 K.QAYNOli.,a.A„hh.U.
(IOM) MEDALIST o/ Lhn UnlVornllJ of
■Jt     Dublin.    UAHBISTlSlt-AT LAW  of
Iiu- Mlnh Omu-I.i.f Jniiltim, heluutl. OlllocK,
Corner MoK-in-'lo & Olnrk.irm Ht*-.. Nbw
VA-rI minster. dwri)2lto
A. .7. uolmus, i>. D.g.,
QIJRGMON DENTIST. Graduate of Uio
O Olilo Coll(-!*'i nf Mental Hurt-ery. In
now wltli Dr. V. K. C lirown, All work
filtllKully liorformt'd. Uooiiin 11 A C, Hunk
of II. 0., Columbia St, itotus-Slo lan.m,;
llffl to U i>. in. d)I,ville
C. II. GATifiWOOD, D.D.S.,
QUltC'EON DENTIST-A Grudunto of
(5 tliu litUtlnion- lli'iilitl Colli'Bo.iHpre-
uured to do all kliulHof Denta] work. Of-
llin! over Mid.eniiun & Mtrt'ooly-s linrd-
wiii" store, VM Cordova fit., Vancouver,
B. i*. dapBOto
a Rcnn-Ei
J\ QiiirkBO
W. GRANT,
nrTEOT. Ofilco-Coi'not1 Mary and
'    ni Sts., Wcfltuiinslei',    uwto
A
CLOW  A  __AC1aUB___,
ROHITEOTS.    (MHco-Jtoom E, over
Bank of B, G\, Columbia Stroot-West-
u luster.
die
WllAtlAM   ll. KIKUt
ABClIITKCr.RAN'I'i'AIlYENOlXEEK,
Ae. Koinovi-ii to Armstrong's Block,
('olumbia Street, Westminster —Room
No. '2.       dto
W. THlUAUm&AU.
LAND SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTS*
man.  Hamley Block, New Woatmin*
Bter, B. (!.  dniy!5te
A. V. I'OTIOX,
DOMINION ANO PROVINCIAL LAND
HUUVEVOi;.  Olllco: Itoom I), Bank
'of 11. C. imlldliiif, V/i'stmlnster, B.C.
tt. PISTt;\.>K5<'lI,
REAL ESTATE BROKER and Canity
Coiu't Air-'ii.'. (,'onimlssioner, Notary
Public, Ac. Renl-: collected. Olllce-filc-
K<-n.'li-rili'i-el, New Westminster, B.O.
T. «T. TItAPP,
AUCTIONEER AN D APPRAISER.
Columbln Htreut, New Westminster.
All commlHSions wili reoctvo iironipt
and careful utli-ti.loii. Bost references
(,-lvmi wlieli I'Qfjiili'cil. inlilSi-n*
V* C. MoOAllTWEY,
("•jOMMIsaiON AGENT und Customs
j Broker. Douglas St., New Westmin-
Btcr, Asiont for Harrison api-ln-fa Aei'Hted
Water; Vancouvev Hteum pyu A Cleaning
Works; Carters' Pal ent Un;nns—"tUe wonder of tbo at-e."; Dohiiiilon'T'lano**'and
i in-iiii.1.; .(obiiHlon's Patent Kalsomlne;
IliivfiniiCigni'Piiclory; Lion InsuianieCo
for llvo stoek, Ao. Fni|>Ioynient Ai;eiiey
Oillee. A soled lot of Toilet Articles and
Cmie-ilN!:--su mli-lc:; for Mile. Noxt door to
Diikcty, djly.tte
TLMlNKIl, MBliTOX A CO.,
MERCHANTS. Wharf St,, Viotoiln.
Agents for Norlb British and Mercantile Insurance Co. for Mainland. H.
0. Bi'MTON A Co., 3D Kinsbiiry Circus, Lou*
don, E. U.  die
Imperial Fire 1'isuraiioQ Co,
Off X,0"ISr*DO*ET.
CWlTAt,       ■       &1,G0U-ODO 8(g.
Rates as tow as any oilier reliable Companies doing business hi British Columbia. W. 3, ARMSTRONG.
djly'Uu Agent for Now West.
ALBERT J. HILL & CO.
Civil finginoers, Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen.
BEAL KHTATE,
FINANCIAL, SHIPPING & COMMISSION AGENTS
Fire Lift .1 ..laiinc Itisttriitu'c.
Columbia ST.j #- Opt. coloni.m. iuitri.
NKW WE9T,MlX.STEIt, 11. 0.
 J-VJIyirilc	
RAND BROS.
pKAl, HSTATBl litdHiKi:.'-;.
IX
Oon*. -jjivii* o-vi, Ciiiiet'l-ivr-
Aml  Insuranoii Agendf
oaie-
i at
NEW WESTMINSTER!  Cornor
A!uICou/.lo und Clarkson Sts.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street.
LONDON .Enghiiul.
HI! 11,DING LOTS for salo In all sections
of Vancouver and Now Westminster City.
FARM LANDS of BUpprlot nutility for
/uio   at   ChllMwIiacIt,   Port  Hiimmond,
Ihnngley, Matsqui, Sumas. Mud Bay*Lad*
nor'ii Landing, Lulu Islaud, North Arm
and Pitt-River.
Mapuund Plans extilhlteil nnd tho full*
•jst. Infonuiillon furnishedatallourottlcesi
*W. BOVILL,
ARCHITECT
 AN))-—
ial Esiate Agent
NEW WESTMINBTERt-Oflloe-fonolton-
zlO Street,
Full List of City and Suburban Property.
Particular attention paid to Farming
La n ils.
A ecu in to   In form at lou   to   corrcsponil-
j entfl. dtvmy'lyl
Pure and Fresh Drugs
x^xtxtx-tyxaxusi,
•Patent Medicines, Etc
I   Pram-US'
F
P-isoniprioHS CsmruLiy
Compounded.
WANTED.
0"      NE    THOUSAND    COBDH    OKDAR
Bolts, four to sevotitoeu foet long.—
I Apply to
dto   ilOYALOITY PLANING MILLS CC.
To Stone Masons
'rpENDEBS FOR THE ERECTION OF
J. a STONE KONDATION for n llulld-
ing to bo eri'i'leil on Lot), Block VI,corner of Columbln stroot uud LvMon smiaro,
urn Invlloil and will ho rocoivd hvlbo
undnrslgueduptoiioouof WEDNENf>AV,
ITMi IiihI. Plans ami spccltlcnllons lo be
neon at Unoiu"!,'' Bunk of B. 0. Bulltllotr,
up-stnlrs. Tho lowest or any tender not
lioc'-ssiii-lly m-ci'i.ti'il.
JAMES KENNEDY.
New Wost., July 10, IRSIl. djlyiotd
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Incluiliiif- Tools of all liituk ol Lho licit makeiil _'.
lElirlieil Wlro for Foholagj mu! nil lho neebsaar
I'uUcy i'locks, Siiatcii Blocto, Kopo •:
Tar & Onkiiui; Turiwl anil 1'lnin Paper for
in till colorsi liquill PatnlS in nil iih:ulo«| Floor
Stonesi Wall Paper in nil dbalgnaj Itrooias
Lubricating Oils; Traps of all ct-nori-rtiotis,
igrlciillnral IiiipIcmentH,
tsr Bpootal attention givorj to ordors by mail.
rr„ J. |KE3-!fi."P
dwjlyUto »      Ciu.L-.M.;iA.
ru.-'.'i-'';i|. i'i Bin nd ■Haws,
v U tonsils for Fnriiilii&'t
■l €lmlu  in all Bines; BMtcfi.
ii^.tll-Iii^i Faints ■& Oik
Paints ready to use; (Urllld
>..: BSrnsliOS for all purpono-ii
and a gbheral nnoortment of
iTRRKT, Nl'AV WiCSl'MIKSTilR.
GRANT & MAOLURE.
NEW   WESTMINSTEB.
New Spring Goods!
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
SOKT's
MERCHANT    TAILOR.
Columbia Street, - New Westminster,
ii if iipnii-p
11| ilblllli
B^-All Suminci- DRESS GOODS and MILUNERV:will
be sold AT COST.   Now is the time to secure BARGAINS.
dtc :ivd::Kf3. -&y2>&-. "*=3^.*e.
":.z—.-:r.-,- '.'.-i-rrrirz*:....'.:-y^-.--.'
B%_ i H is#     i&aay I  1
Real! Estate,
t_BBS_________tSSmS-T__f_____
EMjra
OEl*3B'3:03E3 0' a
NEW WESTMINSTER, SST
VANCOUVER, O0Ranbebroto-?KS1;{ItVd
—ANli—
ANDERSON  BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON,   ENG. .07 OANNON ST,
Farming Lands/'Town Lots
OF AIL DESCRIPTIONS ^0R SALE.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Columbia ami Front Sta.(
in central portion of the oity; i;over.il
buildings bring good rent-~(?i3'2,0OO.OO.
Lot 4, Block 7, noar Lytton Squaro,
(1(1x132 feet, fronting on Columbia ami
Front Sta.-$O,GOO.O0.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St., 33x06 foet—
§4,000.00.
Also—Lot and Building with stock of
Goods, ono of tha best business stands
in tho oity.
ImprovedResidenlial Property
Lot 16, Blook 13; two houses rented at
paying figures—$4,600.00.
House and Lot on Lome St,, near Cot
umblo—$1230,00.
Lots 4, 6 k 0, Block li); good house,
garden,-fee; choice rosldonooproperty
-85,230.00.
Corner Lot on Columbia St.; fonocd and
oloarctl-81600.00,
Houso and Lot on Columbia St.; one of
tho (Incst residences In the city—§7,-
000,00,
House and Lot on Royal Avenuo, nenr
Douglas St. —12,000,00.
Houso and 3 Loss, corner Royal Avonuo
nnd St. Patrick's St.; no hotter roaU
doneo Bite iu tho city-$IO,000.00.
1 acre, with 7 houses, near the Parlt—
$0,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot I, Block 28) comor lot on Agnes St.;
flue residence sito-S1200.00.
Lota uu St. Andrew's St., nenr Queen's
Avenue—£600.00 oach.
Lota on Montreal, Douglas and Hnti*
fax Sts,, near Clinton St.; lino views
and well situated—$350.00, §375.00,
9600.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Clinton-
8300.00.
Lot 0, Sub-Block 10; fine residenco lots-
§250.00.
Lots on Polham St., nenr Mary—$000.00
each.
Lot on Polliatn St., near Ht. Andrew's!
lino 8itc--$300.0Q.
Lot on St. John's St., near Melbourne—-
§350.00.
Lot in St. Andrew's Squaro-5300.00.
Lots in Blook fronting on Nortii Am
road; finest chance iu the market fo:
residence or 8pccu!ation-i?125.00 ti
$175.00.
Lots In Subdivision of Lot 11, sub-Bloo
12-StlO.OO to §125.00.
Lots in Subdivision of Lot 17, oub.Bloo
18—$100.00 onch.
Lota iu West in luster Addition at 816.00
to $50.00.
IS rtiin ppwiler never varies, A marvel of
|iurlty,strenirtliaudwholeaomBiiess, Moro
economical than tbo ordinary kinds, und
eannot oo sold in comtioilllou wlllitlio
miiltit.udi.-of low ti-hl, aiim-t weight alum
or phospiiate powders, Roid onfy in cuns.
Hoyai. Baking Powder Co., loo Wall fit.,
New York, 3/aly
lent.
pUHNiai-IKD ItOOM.'-S  TO  ItKNT,  I>
17   M. Gray's house, on-Provost Street;-
Apply on Uio promises, djlyste
Farm Tor Sale,
LOT 27, BLOOK 1 NOUTII RANGE 0
Wesl, Lulu iKtuiKi, nt ii Imrgalii,—
Apply to HANDWlOS.tOrKDWAll-D'A.
MHAUI'E, Lulu Islnnd,' dwJi'Wml
TO BENT.
4 PLEASANT ROOM FOR TWO GBN-
j\ llemen, wltli or without Hoard, in
private family,   Apply.at third house up
tho lit ll, left liiind side of Douglas nt reel.
djeloto
Shares for Sale.
THE "WESTMINSTER WOOLEN M'P'G
Co. offer for sale a limited number of
shares in the capital staclt of the com-
Sany.    Application   to bo mado to tho
eorotary, j. N. DRAPER,
Secretary.
Now "West., R. C, July 10,18311.   djlyluwl
Firsf-cSass Prairie Farm
3£*03a t^^JKt'SBn
SUPERBLY SITUATED ON LULU ISLAND, North Arm, Fraser River; con*
talning ZOO nores of the nriest/nrmlng land
In the oountry; alt dyked, well improved,
good buildings, good orchard (bearing).
For furthor Information enquire of
MAJOR & PEARSON,
dmyMc Now Westminster.
WANTED.
A COMPETENT WOMAN FOR OEN-
oral ]louse*'--ork.—Apply to MRS.
1!I-:!.'('UF.I{, Hout-JanSt,, '•iidlitniROiiTinvc
Agnes St. ()JlyHt3
NOTES AND 00MENTS.
$r^. ®& ^ rm?
1J1ITHER ON MARY, COLUMBIA, OR
?j FroniSlieets.nsmall POCKET-HOOK
containing papera valuabloonlytoowner.
Tho finder will confer a favor by leaving
samo at, tliis oflice djly!2t3
Jf
I£cnl  Estato  tfvokrrs ami
fiuauvial AgtmtSi
AGENTS FOR
Ounfcdernttou Llfa  A iBOOlatlon of
Toronto,
Hoyal iukI Itancaihlrc Fire Innur-
nn-t* €onipniileit
R9.Vnlnnbto hulu for salo lu tho City
and Distriot of Westminster) and choice
Lota In the City of Vancouver.
Parsons wishing to buy or boII city or
rural property Bhould communicate with
us.
Onions: Hani- of B.O; bulbllng, opposite
postofflce, Wcs'iiiliiHtcr.und HnstlngsSt,,
Vanoouver, dwaplcto
T1IM&C0.
QuiiEN's Hotel  Block,
NBW UKST'IINSTEK.
Reliable Drugs & SEediolnes
TOILET ARTICLES & SUNDRIES
PIHfSCUIITIONB A SPECIALTY,
d (i pi to
1
SO   CO.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
—ANn—
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell antl Lease Property,
Collect Bents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And ti'animct all Business relating to
Heal Estate,
—AGENTS FOR	
London Assurance ('nriwrntlnn,
Comicctlciit Flro Iusuriuico Co. or
Hartford.
London nnd L nn ens til re Life Assurance tlo.
Clinton Insurance Oflice, Ld. (Marine)
OFFICES:
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwieHyl
i!>b-Ml I/--'     ■       ■■
It was a woman who saw the first
snake, but sinco, the men have attended to that sort of tlnn», says an
exchange.
First dude—"I have tewible nows:
Oharles is dead." Second dude—
"Howiblo 1 How did he die V First
dude—"His cano fell on him,"
Surgeon Parry, of tlio Medical
Department of India, says that he
onco saw the jet black hair of a rebel
Sepoy turn gray in half an hour
through fright caused hy judicial examination.
At the World's Sunday School
Convention in London, Mr. Pool suid
tlmt in [ndia out of 50,000,000
children thore are only 217,100 in
missionary day schools, and 100,-
000 in Sunday schools.
BANFF MINES.
The Anthracite (-o.il 31 hies at Banff
are Sold to au English
Syndicate.
Dissatisfied "Boomers" Attempt to
Elect a New Council. Dispersed
by the Troops,
Powderly is Attempting to ltebuild
the Knights of Labor to the
Old Standard.
A rich Englishman who gavo up
cricket playing to go as a missionary
to China has heen teaching his converts his favorite pastime, antl an
exchange remarks that the devout
Ohinamen appear to heartily enjoy
the wicket game.
Inthe government savings banks
the rate of intorest allowed will ho
three nnd a half pur cent, for the
futuro instead of four por cent us
hitherto. The government holds
forty-two millions on deposit. The
interest account will therefore he
reduced by 6210,000 per annum, a
not inconsiderable sum.—Mail,
The only chance wo can see for
unfortunate man is to fix a limit of
ago, say 30 or thereabouts, for
women voters, und swear them to
their age. An unmarried woman
who would pubicly own up to 30
might perhaps be safely entrusted
with a vote.—Ex. Another cotemporary wants to know if tho writer
of the above is a woman hater,
He mado a mistake.—He—"My
dear Miss Angel, will you not par-
tako of just a little pale, pink cream
aud ono bonbon, whioh I four will
not be eo exquisite as you are accustomed to in Boston V She—"What
a break ! J. am not from Boston, I
live in Kansas Oity." "Well, I am
a fish ! Hen' waiter, bring us a
doublo order of pork chops and somo
turnips with tho peeling on."
Two Irish visitors to the Greatest
Show on Earth, after doing the
menagerie thoroughly, camo to a
passage over which was the legend,
"Exit." "Begorra Pat," said ono of
them, "wo musn't miss the exit,
whatever kmcl of a baste that is."
They followed tho index linger on
tho sign, and ail too soon found
themselves on the outsido of tho
show and denied the privilege of
entering again unless thoy repaid tho
price of admission.—Boston Budget,
Representative bodies, says lho
Mail, placo too low a value on education. For this reason the salaries
of teachers throughout tho country
are so small that an inducement to
them to remain in the professsion
does not exist. It is not often, howover, tlmt school inspectors are victims of starvation salaries or that
the small stipend they receive are
grudged thom, Guelph furnishes
one of the exceptions to tho rulo.
Tho inspector there receives $500 a
year, and the school board is about
to consider the desirability of reducing it, How a man of education
can serve tho public for less than
$500 is a problem it is difficult to
solve.
The Newfoundland elections do
not tako placo until Novembor, but
already the ex-premier, Sir William
Whitoway, has issued his manifesto
to the electors announcing that he
intends to emerge from his political
retreat and tako the field against
the Thofbum government. His remarks on tho issue of confederation,
whicli both parties seem anxious
not to bring to the front at the approaching contest, are: "With ro
spect to tho question of confederation, which lias recently been agitating tho public mind, I would repeat
the answer that 1 gave you in 1882.
The question of confederation wns
submittod tothe country in I860,
and then disposed of- a pledge was
given that tho subject should not
be raised again until tho people demanded it at tho polls. Tho pledge
solemnly given, has been sacredly
kopt by me, nnd will bo so adhered
to iu tho future,"
Tlio Albany N. YM Journal statos
that a dirty, foul-mouthed tramp
called at the house of a Bethlehem
widow, living alono, about 7 o'clock
in the morning, and offered to saw
wood in return for a breakfast. The
woman eyed him suspiciously. "Are
ye hungry]" sho asked. "Yessum,
hungrier nor a boar," "Woll yo
can have yer feed first, I guess."
lie was givon a bountiful meal. At
the conclusion tho tramp roso and
took up an ugly-looking bludgeon.
"I'll keep my oyos wide opon tight,"
ho said, grinning, and'if I see n
man as wants ter Baw yer wood for
his breakfast I'll givo him yer address." Then lio opened the door
and slouched out. He had gone
but a fow stops when ho heard the
widow's sharp voice calling halt.
Ho turned with an oath and saw a
gun pointed squnroly at him, The
widow ordered him to come right
back. He camo back and sawed,
uot ono, but two cords of wood, killed and plucked two chickens,
whitewashed tho hen houso, and
cleaned out the cow stable.
TIIHllAM'F M1NBB  SOLI>.
Eau OiittntB, Wis,, July Hi.—Tlio
rcjiuit of the gale of the Canadian an*
thracjto coal cmnpauy'ti laud to a British syndicate liTrj been confirmed by ,i
Lbiidou cablegram. The lands aold
cimsi-jt of 7,000 acres in the vicinity
uf Anthracite and Banff, -B.O. The
purchase price ia §1,450,000, of wliich
a largu pnrt has bueu deputiitcd in tlio
batik of England. The British "purchasers will stock thu company for i*?5,-
000,000.
SHOT A OATTLE TIIIBF,
Spitisu Yif.w, Nub.. July 10.—A
committee of the vigilantes, numbering soveral hundred* broke into the
the jail here at midnight lust night aud
shot A. A. Manpi'n, who waa charged
with being a cattlo thief, Thore was
noune on guard at the time,
SHOT HIMSELF,
Diiain, bgri,, July 10.—Thomaa
Hanc'jck, livind 7 miles from Drain,
picked up a 22 calibre Winchester
rille yesterday and at the samo time ho
heard an exj-hiaiun aud thought sumo
one near by had discharged liro arms,
Ho soon felt a choking sensation and
found that ho had shot himself through
tho wind pipe. Hia recovery is doubtful.
SHI I' PINO.
San Fhancisco, July 10.— Arrived,
steamers Wellington, from Departure
Buy; City of Pueblo, from Victoria;
bark Gen. Fairchild, from Departure
Bay. Sailed ship Guardian, for Port
Hadlock.
WINNING NUMUEKS.
New Orleans, July 10.—Following are tho winning numbers of largo
prizes in to-day's drawing of Louisiana
lottery: 1st-12,758, 2nd 15,100, 3rd
08,613, -hii U,223 Sth 5,784, Gth
40,050, 7th 80,180, Sth 32,304, ilth
78,111, 10th ,73,380, Uth 17320.
A SUMBBB KILLED.
Cincinnati, July 10.—An unverified
report from Hamilton, whicli was iu
tho track of yesterday's cyclone, says
thnt a number of people were killed
and injured there.
BUllNED TO DEATH.
Mavfield, Cala,, July 10.— Cor-
dano i&jtfoniontt's lodging house was
destroyed by firo early this morning.
Tho lire spread with such rapidity that
tho 25 lodgers barely escaped with
their lives, John Hughos, a laborer,
wns burned to death.
KILLED THE INDIAN.
Tucson, Ariz., July 10.—Deputy
Sheriffs Oaruthers ijiid Anderson attempted to arrest Jobo Manuel, an Indian, at Gila Bond yesterday. Manuel
attacked the oflicers with » butcher
knife, cutting both of them. Oaruthers
thereupon fired, killing thu Indian instantly.
DODIES ltKCOVl-ltKD.
Guant'h Pass, l)gn., July 10.—The
bodies of Oharles aud Fred. Thornton,
the brothers who were drowned while
bathing on Sunday evening, woro recovered this morning.
SfiVKllB STORM,
Ykeka, Cala., July 0,— Thero was
a severe storm hero last night. Moro
lain fell than at auy time during tho
year.   Tho streets oro being flooded.
A MIDDLD'WEiaHT AFFAIIl,
Boston, July 16. —-Denny Kellocher,
tho middle-weight, having failed in his
endeavor to havo a match with Lan-
nan, has decided to start to-day for
California, where he is to meet ElUngs-
worth in a battlo for a purse of 61,800
offered by the Los Angolcs club. Tho
battlo will occur between tho 15th nnd
20th of August, ami the winner will bo
matched against tho Victor in tho Le-
blnnc-DonipHey light.
DIED   1'ENITENT.
Bbllevildere,  July 10.—Michael
Bolak was hanged hore this morning
for murdering Michael Bulliushire on
Sept, 20th, 1888. "The motive of tho
crime was robbery. Since his arrest
Bolak maintained his innocence, but
at the last confessed and died ponitont,
FOIt   MEHKY   ENOI.ANil.
New York, July 10. -Jake Kilrain,
nccumpaniod hy Johnny Murphy, is
believed to have arrived in lho city
this morning, A friend of hia said ho
nati met by his wifo at tho depot and
the party are now at tho house of a
friend in Harlem. It ia reported Kilrain will sail for England next Saturday, and that Mitolicll and Bony
Moore will be passengers hy the same
ot earner.
IIKNIED   HAIL.
Chicago, July 10.—Judge Horton
this morning deuiod tho application to
admit John F. Beggs, a Cronin suspect, to bail.
A BMU00LEB CAUGHT.
San Fhancisco, July 16.—Charles
Amyot, steward ou tho steamer City
of New Vork, which ar/ived from
Hong Kong Inst night, attempted to
smuggle n trunk full of opium ashoro
this morning and was arrested. Another trunk of opium was found
aboard tho atenmor.
A BOOMER,
Oklahoma, July 10.—Tho opposition to the present city government ot*
tempted l o hold their election for a
new chatter this morning, but wero
dispersed and tho ballot boxo-t cultured by tho police. Tho city authorities were backed by the troops.
AN INTBRBSTINO I'Al'Kll.
San Francisco, July 10.—-At tho
tegular quarterly meeting of tho chamber of commerce this aftornoon, Capt.
Wm, Merry read a paper recommending the holding of a commercial conference in thm cily, which shall bn attended by delegates from tho Pacific
const, states and territories, nnd discuss among other things tho subsidizing by tho government of etonmship
lines on tho Pacifio' routes) tho encouragement by tho government oftho
building of steamships nvailahlo for
war and transport purposes; tho application of intcretato commerce law to
tho American carrying trado of the
Canadian Pacifio Railroad or the abolition of the bonding system for railway carriage through foreign territory;
tho maritime defense of the Pacifio
coaat ports and an ocoan telegraph
cable to Australia,
THE IiECAVINO KNIGHTS.
Chicago, July 16.—Powderly and
the executive committeo of the
Knights of Labor held a secret meeting here this morning. All parties engaged in the meeting refuse to talk,
but it iB believed that the conference
was held to devise meani to rebuild
the order up to its former strength.
THE ST. JOHN EXHIBITION.
St. John, N. B., July 10,—The advance sheets of tho official programme
of St. John summer carnival have
been mailed to the press of Canada
aud the United States, The carnival
opens Monday,. July 22nd, aud „
bound to bo the biggest series- of event)
ever held in Canada, The most novel
feature of the carnival will be tho electrical exhibition. Nearly all of the
principal electrical companies in Canada and tho United Statos are making
exhibits of different electrical liiachi-
nory and novelties. The prospects are
favorable for a very large influx of
visitors,
TARNELL WITHDRAWS.
London, July 10. —Parnell'* counsel
has formally withdrawn from the enquiry beforo the special commission.
At the re-assembling of tho Parnell
commission to-day. Sir Charles Rus-
sc-1, of tho Parnollite counsel, stated
to tho judges that nfter full consideration Parnell had given him and his associates instructions to no longer represent him before the commission. Presiding justice, Sir Jamos Hannen,
replied that Parnell will, of course,
remain subject to tho jurisdiction of
this court. This stop was taken by
Parnell uuder the advice of his associates un account of tho manifest unfairness of tho commission towards
his side in tho refusal to allow his
counsel to examine the books of the
loyal and patriotic unions. Reid and
Lockwood, of the Parnellite counsel,
next withdrew from the case, following the action of Sir Charles Russell
and Asquith. Parnell then personally
addressed tho judges, and mado application fur a speedy final settlement
of tho caso as far as no was concerned.
Ho asked if there was any design to
furthor examine him that the court
would proceed to do it without delay.
He complained of Attorney-General
Webster's postponement of tho inquiry
for threo mouths, in ordor to re-ex-
amiuo him in regard to certain
cheques. The court, he declared,
ought tu appoint a day for his examination if any was required, or elso
Bhould discharge htm from any further
attendance upon tho commission.
Hannen promised to try and meet tho
convenience of Parnell in this matter,
and said he would recall him on Thursday noxt,
LOTS OF HEIRS.
San Francisco, July 15.—The trial
of the will contest case of Thomas II.
Blythe was commenced in the probate
court to-day beforo Judge Coffee.
Blythe died intestate a few years ago,
sinco which time over a hundred alleged heirs have put in a claim on the
estate, which is valued at between two
and threo million dollars, Theso
claimant! were represented by nearly
forty lawyers this morning,
■illt-EDV GREASERS.
City of Mexico, July 15.—Thoro is
a great outcry against Americans winning tho principal prizes in the national
and ft ato lotteries. It is now proposed to refuse to soil tickets or to deliver prizes to foreigners. Thero was
a fresh outbreak of tho feeling yesterday ovor tho faot that in the last
drawing by the local lottery, the
capital prize was won by a Nashville
man*
'    THE ISTHMUS CANAL.
Washington, July 15.—Civil Engineer Meuocal, of tho United States
navy, and tho Nicaragua canal, will
leave in two weeks for the isthmus to
begin operations, Ho says tho row
between Costa Rica and Nicaragua
regarding tho canal concessions will
speedily bo settled. Thore is no fear
of war even if the matter is not soon
adjusted, nud the canal will be built
without opposition in a few years, and
will bo carrying heavy ships from ocean
to ocean mnny years beforo tho Panama canal is completed.
THE LATEST COMBINE.
Philadelphia, Pa., July 15,-Thomas
11. Green, a leading local hotol keeper,
proposes tho formation of a hotel trust,
embracing thirteen of the largest hotel
properties here. Hu says they aggro*
gated $5,000,000 of business lost year,
and that 30 por ceut. of the savings of
expenses will bo effected by tho ''combine. "
hood shooting,
London, July 15.—Tho Canadians
continuo lho excellent record at Wimbledon. Thoy entered for every con-
tost and always had a man on tho
prizo list. Armstrong and Ogg nre
doing especially woll, each in the last
stago. ln tho Quoeon's incorporation
contest Oregon scored tho highest and
wins tho silvor cup. All the 14 othor
prizes belong to tho Canadians except
two. Tho Kolaporo eight wore chosen
to-dny.    	
YATES' CABLE
Oossipy Gable on Hatters Concerning the Coming Royal Marriago and other Hitters.
The Kingof Wnrtembnrg is Struck
by a Thunderbolt While
Watching a Storm.
The Necessary Capital (or Building
the Great Congo Bailway
is Subscribed.
FROM VICTORIA.
Tiic In-west on lhe nnliy's tlotls.—The
Amclln Hnltl for ft Trinr.—Allempled
Blobber**.
Special tothoCoInmblnu.
VicioniA, July 10.—An inqueit w»t
hold toclty on tho body of tho infant
found on the bonoh on Sunday. The
ohild Imd evidently been doad two
months, nnd was unrecognizable. It
was dressed in Chineae olothing. The
vurdict returned waa ''Found dead,
with suspicion of foul pity."
Tho steamer Amelia wss told by
publio auction to-day and knocked
down to Ca.pt Co* for $1800.
Tbo window of Peshcimoi's jowelry
store wns tnuuhod in latt night pre-
aumnbly for robbery. Nothing wat
secured.
(loo. Lovatt stood in front of St.
Matthew's Episcopal ohuroh in Toronto, Sunday night last, distributing
tracts opposed to ritualism. Rev. Mr.
Howard, pastor of tho church, matched tho tracts from Lovatt, who itruok
at tbo reverend gentleman. Member.
of the congregation interfered and
Lovatt oaoaped.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla | the Dominion
MB. YATKS' CABLE.
Lokdoh, July 16.—The queen hu
been -uttering acutely from lumbago
and sciatica for the lut ten day. and
bu bad very great pain at night,
wliich prevented her from tlooping.
Indeed, some night., ahe wa. hardly
able to go to bod at all from the increase of pain, It hu weakened and ,
tried her and tho is looking muoh
pulled down, but tbo taket drive, and
does her work during the day. The
queen takes the greatest intereit In
the Princess Louise', marriage, and all
arrangements for the ceremony ahe
bas superintended. The aix coutint
arc to be royal brideimaidt. Two
Princesses of Wales, Princess Ohrit-
tiap's two girls, Princeat Alexander of
Hesso and the little Prineeu of Albany. Mr. Horaco Forquhar ia to be
best man. The couplo leavo aftet
luncheon for Sheen Houso for the
honeymoon, where they are to remain
for a ahort time before they atart for
Scotland, going tint to Duff Home,
where the tenants, in spite of Lord
Fife'i refusal to let them give a present, are making preparation! for welcoming him and the prineeu which
will coat infinitely more; and afterwards, for the moet of tho autumn
they go to Mar Lodge. They have already begun to make up a party for
Braemar.
THE QUEEN'S SAVINGS.
Great indignation and diagust ia expressed in royal cirolea at the rumor
that tbe amount of the queen's aavinga
ia to be communicated to the committeo on royal grant*. The queen will
not hear of auch a thing, and it would
be moit unreasonable to expect her to.
She mutt have saved very largely and
baa had leveral tmall windfalls, bolides the very large legacy of 200,000
poundi a few yean ago. The qaeitfon
af a royal grant wai diicnued fully at
the meeting at Spencer Houae, which
wai held as toon at tho announcement
waa mado that money wai to bo uked
for Princeat Louiie. Mr. Gladatone
there heard of tho attitude. Extreme
radicals meant to take, nnd endeavored
to mitigate their oppoaition. Finding
thia useless, he reiigned himtelf to tht
inevitable. The title to be conferred
on Hon. Lord Fife will be Duke of In-
vernoti. It ia tald tbat the queen la
extremely anxioui that Prince Henry
of Battenburg ahould become Duke of
Kent. Lord Saliabury goet to Windior thli week to confer with the queen
on tho subject.
KINO MILAN.
Ex King Milan ii expected ihortly
in Paris, whero ho intends to reside.
Hia agenta aro negotiating for the late
Due De Morny'a house in Avenue
Champa Elytcot.
Ex-King Milan hu an allowance of
18,000 poundi a year from the Servian
government, but he ia extravagant and
not likely to limit hia expenditures to
that amount. He own a great deal of
money, including very large auma to
tho emperor of Austria. King Milan
borrowed 50,000 poundi on the ao-
count of the Servian national debt
ahortly before hia abdication, and carried off the money when he itarted on
hia eaatorn travels. It ia strongly aui-
pected at Berlin and Yionna that Rub-
tla bribed hia majetty heavily to abdicate.
IIOl'LANGEIt SUMMONED,
Paris, Jnly 10.—Summonses have
beon iaiued to Boulanger, Count Dillon and Henri Roohfort to appear before the unate, littiug u a high conrt
of impeachment. They wero terved
at tho domicile of tbe accused in thli
oity.
HEADY TO TALK.
London, July 10.—The withdrawal
of the Parn.llite couniel to-day wu a
surprise and created a profound len-
sation. Notwithttanding their couniel havo left tho court the Irith member! declared thoir willingneta to
answer any questions tho judge! may
desire to ask.
A CURIOUS KINO.
Berlin, July 10.—While watching
a thunder storm on Sunday, King
Chariot of Wurtemburgwu prottrated
by a lightning bolt which struck a ahort
distance away. Ho remained unconscious for teveral minutei, but wu not
permanently injured.
monster banking concern.
Brussels, July 16.—A conference,
competed of delegate! from beet mgar
manufacturing countries, met here
yesterday and founded a lyndicate
bank with branches and agencies in
overy part ef the world. The capital
of tho bank will be threo million
pounds. Tho bank will not speculate;
it will sell eugar on commissions and
make loana to lugar manufacturer!.
Tho proliti will be divided; market
nows will be circulated among the
memben; capital will probably bo is*
sued Immediately.
THECONOO  RAILWAY.
Brussels, July 16.—All the money
needed to build and equip the Congo
road hu been tubicrlbed. The
amount raited It fo,000,000. The
tubicribcra include the leading banking housea and capitaliata in Belgium,
France, Germany, England and the
United Statot,
NEWFOUNDLAND AFFAIRS.
London, July 15.—Newfoundland
attain were railed in the houae of common! to-night by Sir Geo. Campbell.
Sir Jamoa Ferguion'i reply limply recited the well-known facta to which
wu added a reference u to whether
thoao queitlona or any portion of them
can with advantage be referred to
arbitration, the matter requiring careful consideration, on which the government cannot undertake at present
to oxprou an opinion. Doubts are
now exprettcd whether the government ii doing anything to promote a
settlement. It Ii tuggeattd freely
that annoyance it felt in official cirolu
at tbu colony's refusal to accept Lord
Derby'a 1884 agreement with France
and ita tubtequent heaitation to enter DAILY BRITISH UOI.PMBIAK, MEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., JULY 16, 1SS9.
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Tucidny tvculiiR, July 10, 1S89.
Tlio chiof engineer evidently takes
"Old Fireman" for n inossbaclc of
tho moBsbacka, and insinuates thai
he   would   rather "paddle his own
canoe," with some hyu tiilicums as
companions, than  tako saloon passage on one of tho fltiiatinij palaces
of  tho Fraser,   We know enough
about "Old Fireman" to bo able to
stato that ho is not nbove riding on
tho   modern , palatial   steamer, although lie has paddled his own canoo
in the "auld   long syne," and in
places, too, where tlie "floating palace" would hardly venture and could
with difficulty navigate.   The chief
enginoer'a allegory is ingenious; but
"Old Fireman," as we have understood him, did not propose to substitute a hand engine (canoe) for tho
steam engine (steamboat), but merely that the hand engine should sup
plement tho work of tho steam engine and do a certain service winch,
under  all  tho  circumstances, the
steam engino can hardly be counted
on to accomplish, however ably it is
directed  and  managed.    To carry
out the allegory, if the landing wns
such that the "William Irving" had
to anchor out in the river a distance,
and the chief engineer wished to go
to the  "head  of   navigation,"  he
would   most  likely    prefer being
lightered out to the "llonting palaco"
in a canoe, than attempt   to   wade
out, with the  certainty   of   being
.badly wetted and the risk ef   being
drowned.   But, leaving "dark sayings," tho ueo of buckcta   in   extinguishing a fire constitutes one of the
most primitive methods imaginable,
yet no ono would say that  buckets
are not a most usoful means of checking, aud very ofton extinguishing n
fire, boforo the steam   engine   could
possible arrive.    In nur own experience, lately, fires have been put out
in this way wliich, so far, at least,
as the building in which they originated was concerned, would otherwise most  probably   havo   proved
destructive.   It is this sort of service
for which aomo, with what wo  believe is good judgment, consider  a
light hand   engine   is   wanted   on
Columbia   street.      Fire?   happen
under all   sort**   of  circumstances.
Buckets might bo practically out of
tho question   in somo cases,    Ono
possible    destructive   conflagration
checked at the critical period by the
timely use of a hand engine would
amply repay the trifling cost of purchasing and maintaining this added
facility to our flro protection service.
"No   dispanigetnunt  of   the   steam
engine is implied in the desire for
better protection than tliat afforded
at   present.    With   respect to the
chief engineer's statement thnt thero
is no room in the Hyack hall for a
hand engine, that is a question of
detail that should not interfere with
having one on Columbia street, if it
is  considered   advisable   on other
grounds.   Thero aro several other
almost obvious suggestions for tlio
improvement of the fire protection
service of tho oity that we cannot
touch  upon  to-dny.    The question,
however, is one of more importance
than poople, in a sort of temporary
and   fancied   security,  aro apt to
think.
frontier of Croatia and Slnvoma. In
Transylvania the Roumanian peasants, who  have  been brutally oppressed by lho Hungarian landlords,
are, nt any moment, ready to repeat
thoir  actions of   1848 and of   tho
time of Joseph 11.    Of the strength
of   tho   unti Russian feeling in tho
Balkan peninsula itsolf, perhapi" tho
best evidence is tn bo found in tho
faet that the Beys of Upper Albania, hereditary foes of   Montenegro,
havo bromised to lend their warlike
clansmen   to Princo Nikita for as-
•flatahco iii caso of a "Swiibian" invasion  of  tho   Black   Mountains.
Thero can bn no doubt that the situation   is   full of   menace, and that
either Austria or Russia cun force
war with tho greatest ease if so inclined,    Austria   can   force  it by
bringing a single regiment into Sor-
via'.   Russia can force it by bring-)
in'- about the coronation nf Prince
Kilt ita.    Austria entered  1! erzego-
viiiiu and kept the way open herself
to tlm   Novi-Baaar mainly m order
to prevent tlto union of Moutenogro
and tierviu, and it is practically certain thut she will resist tho union
now    Tho iiion.-trous folly of Austria^ occupation of Bosnia and Her*
i*ego\'iiii» is now already seen.   Tiio
example ot" Bulgaria has proved that
if greater Sorviu had grown up naturally under her patronage, it would
havo boon anything  but Russian in
feeling and could  have beon relied
on as u barrier against Russia.   But
in obedienco to that blind land hunger whioh  has always distinguished
her, Austria has mado it hor business lo steal  part  of   iho Servian
heritage   and  to reduce lho rest to
weakness aud defence.  She has had
her reward iii making nn onemy of
every patriotic Servian and in saddling herself with a couplo of Ire-
lands iu  tiio shape of   Bosnia and
Herzegoviniii.     Events    certainly
point to tlie appearance of   Princo
Kikita upou the scene at no distant
date.   Tho   Servians may possibly
regard it to thoir interest to bring
about a breach now, when they are
pretty stive of the support of Russia,
but   Russia, seeing   the formidable
array against her is perhaps not so
confident.     Sho   will surely   have
Germany, nud almost certainly Italy,
to deal with, as well as Austria, and
and a number of thinga go to ahow
that   Lord   Salisbury will mako tt
desperate  effort   to drag Epghmd
into a quarrel which does not concern her.   Mr, Sohnndliorst, an English Liberal caucus chief, speaking
of thu latter possibility recently.said:
"Such aotion on the   part of  Lord
Salisbury would bo a blunder and a
crime, but it would divert attention
from   tlio  awkward    questions   at
homo, and from the point of view of
temporary   party advantage,  Lord
Salisbury may think, and perhaps
rightly, that it would bo a success.
Lord Salisbury is a fanatical hater
of Russia, und an equally fanatical
friend of Austria, and Bismarck has
an extraordinary influence over his
mind.    In   plunging England into
the struggle ho would bo gratifying
at once bis convictions and his partisanship,   Tho line taken of late by
the Standdrd, which is believed to
be much  in   his confidence, points
clearly iti   this direction, and has
Won   so interpreted abroad.    Tho
terrible seriousness of all this is that
if England's help has been secured
for Austria   and Germany, it be-
13  the interest of these powers
to force on the struggle.   They will
t again be ablo to fight Russia
under  such   promising conditions.
Thoy   have   everything to gain by
such a coalition, whereas all that we
should gain even In case of victory
would  be tho settlement cf Austria
at  Bftlonica.   Tho  solution means
injury to our commercial interests,
and a  terrible war with Russia on
our Indian   frontier as soon as she
recovered from her defeat.
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Apropos of the unmistakable war
cloud now lowering over Europo, a
bile press despatch from London
contains the following interesting
information and comments: One of
tho bo-it informed correspondents in
Servia telegraphs from Belgrade this
nternoon that tho political outlook
in .Servia is daily becoming moro
Eorious. Thero can no longer be
any doubt ns to tho attitude of Servia on the outbreak of the Austro
Russian war. The alliance of Sor-
via to Russia is un accomplished
fact. Tlio Czar's famous toast to
Princo Nikita, of Montenegro, is
regarded as an opon designation of
that prince as tliu future czar of the
Southern Slavs and the re-uniter of
aU Servian races under a single
soeptre. It is all taken to indicate
that the great struggle which everyone knows is preparing between
Austria and the great Slavonic
power is very near at hand. Bosnia
is the new Lombardy, and Austria
is deliberately counting a situation
similar to that which cost her the
valley of the lJo. An infatuation
seems to have settled upon her
rulers, All the concessions of the
Bosnian side aro scornfully rejected
and hardly a day passes but somo
influential organ of Vienna or Buda
Pesth threatens the occupation of
Servia. Amongst the highest Austrian and Hungarian otlicials it is
belioved the military strength of tho
monarchy is such as to enable it to
crush Russia single-handed. The
information rocoived by the opponents ot tho Austrian policy in southern Europe is of a very different
tenor. It is considered, for example,
certain by tho host-informed Russian
■ observers that many of tho Slavonic
regiments of Austria will lay down
thoir arms in tho face of tho Russian army, and that the Roumanian
contingent will follow their example.
An insurrsction will probably break
out in Bosnia on the declaration of
war with Russia, and the chances
are it will spread to tho old military
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glT The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia.'"'*££!
dwapSln
lowers
The Little Maxwell
Steel frame Binders.
S.
Front Street, Kew Westminster,
MACHI^BBT
PXOKTBXIK
THURSDAY, JO-Y IH, iH8»,
At 8 o'clock p ni.. tin'fiillnwlui'Skii-k ami
l-iirm im-ilemeiiifi:
Horses, Oattle & Hogs
.-ft.v?fifl WAGONS,
ll.VUXCHS (i)oul-lo ami Single).
A. M, NELSON,
(]jlyl5t3 Auclionoer.
Farmers, Attention!
TilB UNDKHSiaNEI) HAS
Piano Tuning I
Mn. J. ■:. MM,imii\, from iimiui-
. wnutl A Mons, Lomlnn, I'ikjIiukI, uutl
Hlolliuny A SOUS, NOW Vurlt, i:„w ill Cal'-
Ii.|.'h 'jViiiiil*! of Muslo, Viiiic.iiwr, will
iill'.nil In imlms 1,'ftiil. Mr. X..-I. H. Hull's
rH.llf, Nt'W ■Vt'KlllllllHllT,    'J'lltllll^. jl.
iljll'liul	
i MM MS
KKTAl'USHKl) ISi'i
Jas. Cunningham
ffl.
Merchant iailoi
BEAIITIKUr, KANaEOP
Black & Fancy Worsteds
F.-G., Strickland
NEW   WESTMINSTER,
i'lanet. Sr
0.
B. C.
(Dartlen Tools,
Lawn Mowers, &c. &e,
Tiger   Rake.
Sharp's Do.
Maxwell Do.
unsterini
EXTRA FAMBLY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS k all tiMsof Woolen Goods
HEADY-MADE CLOTHING.
 X	
g^" The only House on the Mainland which keeps tlie Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry, dmhjolc
ROYAL OITY
ST.
—AT-
B. C.
ill Farm Wagons.
III linck Hoards,
I Huan well iiiatclic.il l-ycar old
Black Horses.
3 Single Driving Horses.
(> J'ows and Halves.
10 Head Steers.
1 Trotting Wagon.
l*3T A Full Lino of Cooking Stoves,
Hunting Stoves, Tinware, Hardware,
GrooorloB, Dry Goods, Notions, Crock-
ery & Stoneware, Clothing, Kats&Cups,
Drugs, I'arin Implements, Houso Film-
isliings, I'-urnitiiro, anil tho Largest Lino
ol Hoots ami Shoes aliovo Westminster
mul tlio most Complete Stook of Genoral
MuiehnniliBo.
COMB   AND- EXAMINE  AND BE
CONVINCED.
HENDERSON BROS.
JyllklAwilni
COLUMDIA STREET, WESTMINSTER, 0. 0.
lMnil'TEK OF
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Glass,
Crockery,
Ohinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges',
Firo Grates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANUPACTUIUSK OP
J)cs-TIH & SHEET-IRONWARE.:
CON'l'llAOTB FOR
Iron Cornice Work, ('as-llttlng.
Plumbing. Rooting, *c.      ».
Mripod mid Chock
n
for spring and summer.
Opp. Oolonial Hotel
Commdu Si.,   •  Nbw WraTMismEH,
(Iwmb2fitc
0. E. WOODS
Uko Surveyor.
A. C, GAMBLE
Kotaiit Putuo
VoobTmihiUi
LAND SURVEYORS
ijiwii mat |
'Columbia Streot,, Now Westminster.
VAN   VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Eetail Butchers.
MEAT 1-IIKVF-YORK IN ('UMIHAI,.    FKGSII AN» CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON HANK.
taTHpociul lines quoted for the shipping trade.   Family orders strictly attended
to,   Hotels will Hnd it to their interest to plaeo their orders with the above firm.
dSSnoly
j, uigur-, It-it,
AND CONVEYANCEKS,
.A.O-El.BrTS  ZB-OXt
FIBB.-Tho Wostorn ol l'ornlitji,Tllo *[-
nn, Tho City ol London, anil Tlio llarl-
.tin—The Now York Life Insurance Oo.
AOoiDBrlT-TlfcTrovellers'o(Hi.rtford
I.sn.l Surv.ylng In all Its I'rnlioliosno-
miratelvllli'lnroinplly earned out.
«ltv • "ITsnlMirbi,*, l.i>nrt. rjw lalf,
Woei"i-l'"w"com*,[olt'll<l ot doslmblo
'"Sllrmhtf l.«n.ls, Improvpd »ud iinliri-
nmve.l tlirouilliolltlliodlsl-lot.
P Hlnlr.lt »■»' ""•*■■' B*00k '","8''1 "'"'
""lllon.y In Lon.. on flrat morltrniiont
low rates. __—
TKLHI'IIONE CAI.t. NO. 89.
I». 0. LltAWBIt tt.	
WOODS, TDKNKK It (MMBLK,
OFFIH, tlUM'l BLO-K,    •    OOLUMII* STIIIt
■HEW WESTS! INHTER.
dmliUto
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN &"rEIOHENBAOH,
(SUCCESSORS TO W. B. TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
.git UUU Ul UMlMJU 111
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON" BOXES, UU FLOATS, TBftYS,
A.XT-0 -_.-j-.-Z, ictirns oa'
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors,   I'i'aines.   Windows,
Rl«i>uB«ltn«r»-> Balnsters.
Blinds. Bi'achcts,
Railing, Jewels.
PLAIN AND FANGV AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
nolOilwiy
Hams, Karon, Sausage, ESoIo^nas, Gtc.
Unolyl
COMMEROIAl. PRINTING
THK OOIUMDIAN PllINTISO EsTAUUBIIMIIflT IinS (iret-clllSO fllCKltloH for
all kinds of Ooraraeroiiil Printing.   Bill Heads Letter Heads, Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of every description, Posters, Dodgers,
Prioe Lilts, It.   Prices will lm found nn low its nt nny othor oflion whore
tirst-olnss work is dono,
Tenders for Street Work,'
llili, 18811, for tho
CLEARING & GRADING OF PARK LANE.
Hiiiil and tnurk tOtitlora, "Tonilor for
i'lirk Imiio," nml eAdtom o lho (mal*-
mini of tlio Rotiril of Worlts, City Hnll,
Now Wostmlnnt'11'.
No tomlor will bn entertained itnlens
iicuompiinieii liy a iliiimHltequiil tn D mr
OOtJt, of amount of toniU-r, whlnli   il«-
posiT Hiiiill    ho   forfoltfltl   If   penon
UiiKli-iliiK doolliR'H or falls to oh-
titr into a coolrnct for llio work
whon culled inioii l<» *l'-»»' '» .""' l,vl!l'J
iifatcnduniHMu'liiit nooi'|rtoil,tliodoponlt
will bo roturnf-'l.
Phiim nnd HimcltloutlniiH may bo mfoii In
tho Oily HiiBlneir'H Odlon, Ctiy Hall.
Tho lowed! or any tender not noooft*
Burl y iicceptctl, ,   „...,„
v 3, Q. .1AGUEH,
Cliiilrinun of Hoard of Works,
l/ew WMtininsior, July 12,1880.     dl2td
3sro*rio*E!.
B
OTIOE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT
- * ' nd inahln-i nppllnatloii totho
nuii-iumui-s tho Olitof OommlsHloncr of
T-andH nnd Works ttt wrmlwloii to leaso
tho following ilesoil'ied tracts of lanil:
1, Commencing ntHitakeHlUmtodflouth
of a Inko lying oast of Deep Hny, Doitola*
tlon Hoiiiid; running tnonoo 00 clmlnH
Boitth, thenco 00 olinlns cunt, thonco IB
clitiin-i north,tlioncoSOehninseiiNl-tiioncn
40 chulns nortii, thonco 'M chultiH west,
theneo 10 ohalns north, thenco 10 ohnlns
wost, thenco 60 chains mnith, thence 40
ohnlns west, thonco to pointof commence*
2, ComnionciiiK nt n post nt the mouth
nr p. littlo stream 110 ehalns Boutii ot Tlhlm
l'oTnl.HiiziilHlaniljrunnliiK thence west
10 olinlns, south 2H chnlns, went ir» chnlns,
South21 chnlns, west 2_ chuln.i. norlh 12
chalni',west- 12 chniiiH, nmlti ill chiilim,
west 8 olinlns, north 0 chnlns, west 12
(dialns, north SI cliiuns, rant SI chiilim,
south iti ohnlns, cusl, 1KI chains, north Si)
ohalns, cist 2ft cliulun to Bhoro, thonco
along slioro to pines of commencement.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
July », 1880. dJIyOinl VOLUME VII.-NO. 13.
DAILY BRITISH COLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B, 0.- JULY 1G, 1889,
PARADISE   FOR   CATS.
"Ussy an Objeul al' til-out Etospaot In Mo-
hammc-ltm Countries.
Ail cats, snys Uio NowYork Bith, aro not
to wanton and roiBlorous iimiualn that
jightly oft and worhlo on your neighbor
snco, In Mohammedan countries tho cat
i nn object of consideration anil respect,
niountlhg in somo parta of Islam to vener-
Lion. Fortius worshipful regard among
io fuithfulllio cati3 indebted lo Moham-
■e<l. Rather than disturb a slueping cat
■hieii iiad curled itsolf upon hia coat ono
Jay, Mohammed deliberately cut uway that
portion of tlio garment on which tbo catwati
jjrior.ing. From that day to thla tho Mus-
'iilmun world has regarded tho cat with
jnoi-atlon.
Tho Persians, particularly, nro defercn-
il in thoir treatment oE tho cat. I havo
Jen cats in Persia treated with an exalted
onsidoratiou that would havo mado tho
.inious Sim offlco cat Bpit with envy.
One day I was tho guest of Ali Khan, the
foiklm of Khol, a largo city in Western
crsin.' Soon aftor my arrival tho noontide
icahvas announced. " Uismilhih Sahib,"
; aid t ho Hoikim, and followed by ucvoral
fiutiollors in long gowns nnd (snowy tur-
,.no, bo led tho way into tho dining-room.
I lie dining clotli was spread in tiio center
m tbu floor, Tho Hoikim uud hia vencrabio
.'.isoi'iutoii ocatcd themselves, Oriental fashion, on tho lloor; I was provided with a lit-
' o Btand tablo at one end.
| So far there was nothing romarkablo; it
[fas merely au Meal Asiatic diniug-room
feotio, Tho romarltalilo part was yot to
j pmo; and como it did, very promptly, too.
' i camo in tho shape of flvo times as many
1 ats as there wore human guests. Iu the
. iom woro many open doors and windows,
' 3 is usual in a Persian houso. As wo on*
, -red I noticed that several of tlio famous
' Jig-hatred cats of tho country wero hovor-
Kjig expectantly nt these ontrhnccs.   Al-
• iiuly tho number waa sufficient to aiTost
[ '.y interest. Nobody took any particular
'..otieo of thom, however, but ine.
I Every moment another cat or two jumped
\ irlly upon one of tho window sills, and
\r T.lltod right In.  ln loss timo than it takes
i tell it tho number had ewoolon to twenty
i r more, nnd boforo wo woro half through
h uingl should think tlio numbor was at least
f uhled.    Tho room, outsido tho dining
■ pace, was literally alive with cats. Whon-
i-.""i* ti scrvitoi" brought in a now dish, or
.*[ auy thiug nwny, howasfolluwedacross
1 no room by a swarm of cats that trotted in
rjoisc!css confusion at his heels. Not n meow
yj_e hoard, howovor, nor a quarrelsome
Sund during tho meal timo. Evory cat
bid Us tnd aloft, and thoy passed tlio timo
• silently moving about. They woro tho
poat orderly aad decorous lot ot cat3 iinag-
.-able. Thoro was littlo or no dispo3ilioii to
vciT.top tho bounds of proprieties. Thoy
flOmcd to hnvo acquired tho statolinossand
,*..itcncs3 of the people with whom thoy
■oro associating.
Neither tho "Hoikim" nor tho counsellor
\ -onied to regard this romarkablo scono as
y thing unusual. Whcnover ono of tho
.' V-.3 ventured to Invado the edgo of tho din*
■ or cloth, ho would bo gently, almost npolo-
" Jtlcally shoved hack.  Tho cats wero fear*
.'ss and familiar. Somo of them stroked
nd purred against tho vonerablo diner
aoltB. It was very evident that they had
ever known what it was to rccoi'vo a blow
r a rudo rebuff nt tho hands of man.
Aftor dinner tho BOrvitors promptly removed tiio remnants, Tho intruders prom-
naded tho apartments awhilo aftor the
bed was rcmovcil, and then gradually dis-
crsed as silently an thoy had collected,
hin was more cats than I had ever soon toother outside of a cat show. Owing to
ngulsllo shortcomings, I could novor mnko
at whether thoy word all pensioners of the
'imlcfpal I'Onau or merely neighborhood
.its, attracted to tho oflleial repast in this
aimer ovory day.
i. After thia extraordinary introduction to
ho cut3 of Persia, tho reader would nntur*
dy expect to hear equally extraordinary
lungs about their midnight rovolings. For,
ad to miy, tlio Persian cat Is not always as
irciimspcct in his behavior hb lie is when
ivorlng around the outskirts of n Hoikim's
'auqiioting-hoard. Nor does ho always
/ait for tho setting of tho sun to tuno hlm*
nlf up. Not less than for its wealth of hair
i the Persian cat on its nativo heath eo!c-
ratod among Forenghi travelers for its
..u'ly matinee concerts.   At all hours of the
►' ay, whon tho fclitiC3 of othor lands arc in-
1 ulging in dolco far nloucq and uaving their
'ocal organs for tho myalio seances of tho
.jht, llio cats ofPoraia aro promt-mullng
ao walls and housetops, uttering plaintive
lolodloa that sound liko the wailing of lost
rals, Thero is more genuine sslthbi-lsh
athos in tho "moaoww—waaaaaoooowui-i*—
labbabl—omvrrr" of n Persian Thomas
Ebt tban thoro is in a muezzin's call to
* rnyer.
; Tho unfortunato tendency of the Porsian
it to carol in tho daytime ns well as In the
jght is lho cause of mnny littlo uuplonuant-
osscs botween tho European colony hi
'ehoran and tho natives.  Fifty cat3 might
■ arblo on a Persian's roof day aud night,
nd, owing to thoir being under tiio special
irotcction of Molininmcil, thoy would never
o molested. This, of courso, u Fcrenghi
an not bo expected to enduro. When I was
i Teheran a big whito cat took a fancy to
eivh himself on tho wall of our konak, and,
Vjoking down Into tho yard, favor us with
■ musical melange at any hour of tlio day or
i^ht. In deferenco to tho prejudices of our
■ ussulmaii uoighbors, wo coutcntod our-
ilvos nt lirst by shooing him awny. 'Finnl-
-, howovor, wo concluded that his soul-har
nving refrain could no longor bo endured.
f Jlolmmmcd wouldn't or couldn't como
kO fetch thnt cat, wo determined to sond it
o Mohammed. •
It would nover do to shoot him openly,
owovor- bo wo took into our confidence nn
Iuiiu'iiian servant, lo whoso master wo
j ''.ii-ncd tho cat belonged. An Armenian
•ryant lu Persia would -sell his master
nmortal aoul for a koran, and so wbon wo
ii'oivdiho Armenian two kcrans to pro-
nee the white cal lu a bag tho persistent
.'ranader was as good as doomed. Novor
mre did lhat whito warbler sit and look
own into onr konak nnd tantalb-o our two
aportcd English  bulldogs for   hours to-
Bother. An avenging Nemesis, howov'r,
;w quickly upon ub. Although tho ofi'ond-
r wasdispatoliod to Mohnmmcd with tho
| -rontost secrecy, n few days Inter tho ilnost
' f the bulldogs went mad and had to bo
ADOPTED   BY   RABBITS.
'ho Loim Old Man of vuvnmi Onu uf »
Colony oi llnniiio-i.
Thoro Is an old man out In Mound Valloy
-ho haa been adopted by a lot of jack molls, writes a Now York Sun correspondent
rom CarBOli Cily, Nov.  Thoir friendliness
nd good feeling havo becomo bo obtrusivo
•iat iho old follow would bo thankful if
omothlng would happen to allouato thoir
(Tedious.' Uo Ib a sort of hermit, living nil
I lone on his ranch, whore ho devotes all his
■ to cattlo and horso raising.   As ho
sn't try to ratso vegetables lho rabbits
f   iiiM il:ihimno harm, and so he has never
? ried to drivo them awny.   Thoy booh boll i-uino very tamo, nnd. ns the .lack rabbit is
I -alhcr nn nllcotionato animal any way, thoy
ij 'topt making moro advances and trials of
ft'-Headship until thoy nnd tho old man havo
locomo quito sociable.   When ho gooo out
liter hia cows tw# or throo dozen rabbits
Will coino trooping along after him, lonping
.wound him, running betweon hia logs and
llbbling his lingers, i
Very ofton a drovo of thom will gathor
Bifoundnhln cabin and cut up all sort of
I minks in front of his door, leap on hia bod.
Bump into tho chair—If ho Isn't occupying
I the only ono hlmaolf-nnd noso  around
>ng bis kettles and dishes for something
) to eat.  Sevornl of llio moBt Intelligent ho
1 nas singled out for Qpotial favors. - Ho has
taught thom a number of tricks, such as
jumping ovor a bar or through a ring,
jwalklng on tholr hind logs and jumping
"Jover ono nnothor liko a leap frog.    Hut tho
rabblto havo developed bucIi a liking for
civilisation that thoy nro abont lo tako possession of hiB houso, and havo even begun
to rear their broods in it, so that thu old
man hardly knows now whothor ho owiibUio
house or simply livos thoro with tho rabbits.
QUALIFICATION   OF   VOTERS.
Tbo Ituwn Now  in   Forou  In thu Various
Statos ol' llio Union.
in all Slates your age nmstbc iwenty-one.
Alabama—Must bo a cit:-*cu, or dcclnrcd
yojii* intention of being sucli; must havo
lived one year In tho State, threo montliu iu
the c'.'iiiiiy, undone month Inthoprocinct;
rcgistraliou may be regulated by llio Logis-
luturo', Idiots and Indiana convicted of crlnio
cxoludod from voting.
ArkanBas—Oittzoh'or declared Intention;
muat havo lived one year iu the State, fix
montha in tho county and ono month In tlio
precinct; registration prohibited as a bnr of
suffrage; idiots and Indians convicted of
crime excluded,
California-*--Actual citizens; lived In thato
Slate ouo year, county thirty days, precinct
thirty days; registration required by law;
Idiots, Indians, convicts and Chinese excluded.
Colorado—Citizons or declared; lived in
the Btato six months; registration required
by tbo .State constitution; persons in prison
excluded from voting.
Coimcclieut—Actuet citizens; lived in the
Stato ono yoov, In county mid precinct six
months; registration required by law;
thogo uliable to read and convicts excluded.
Dcl.-.w.ive—Actual county tnrq.'aycrs; lived
In Stato ono your, iu county one month; no
rogiotration required; idiots, insano, paupers and criminals excluded.
Florida-Citizen or duclnrcd; lived iu
Stato oue year, in county six months; idiots,
insane, criminals, bettors ou elections and
duellists excluded.
Gcoi-;-in—Actual citizens; lived in thf-
Btato o.:.! year, tn county cix months; Logi*P
laturo may regulate registration; idiots, insane, criminals and non-taxpayers excluded.
Illinois—Actual citizens; lived in i-jiato
oue year, in county ninety days, in precinct
thirty dnys; registration required bylaw;
convicts excluded.
Indiana-rCltlzons or declared; lived in
Slate nix months, in county sixty dnys, in
precinct thirty days; no registration Jaw;
fraudulent voters and bribers excluded.
Iowa—Actual oltiaons; lived in State six
mouths, hi county sixty days; registration
required by law; insano and criminab excluded.
Kansas—Citizens or declared; lived in
Slate six months, In product thirty days J
registration required in cities only; idiots,
Insano, convicts and rebels excluded.
Kentucky-Citizens; lived in Stato two
yearn, In county ono year, in precinct thirty
days; no registration required; bribers,
robbers and forgers excluded.
Louisiana-— Citizen or declared; lived In
State ono yoar, in county six months, In precinct thirty days; Legislature may regulate registration; idiots, insano and paupers
excluded.
Maino—Actual citi-iona; lived in State
throe mouths; registration required by constitution; paupers and Indians not'taxed
excluded.
Massachusetts—Citizens; lived ia State
ouo year, in precinct six months; registration required by law; paupers, persons
undor guardians, non-taxpayers and men
unable to read and writo excluded.
Michigan-Citizens or declared; lived in
Stato three months, in precinct ton days;
registration required bylaw; duellists excluded,
Minnesota—Citizens or declared; lived in
Stato four montha; iu precinct ten days;
registration required by law; idiots, insane
and convicts excluded.
Missouri-Citizen or declared; lived in
Stato one year, in county sixty days; registration required by constitution In cities
only; inmates of asylums, poor-houses and
prisons nnd the United States army excluded.
Nebraska—Citizen or declared; lived in
State r.i:: months, registration required by
lav;; idiots, convicts and United States
army excluded.
Nevada—Citizens or declared; lived in
Stale six months, iu county twenty days;
registration required by constitution; idiots,
insano and convicts excluded.
New Hampshire—Actual citizens; lived
in town six months; registration required by
law; paupers excluded.
New Jersey—Actual citizens; lived In
State one year, in county flvo months; registration required in oltios of 10,000; paupers,
idiots, Insano und convicts excluded.
Now York—Actual citizens; lived in Stale
one year, in county four mouths, in precinct
tbirlydnys; registration required in cities
of 10,000; olection betters or bribers and
ronvlots excluded.
North Carolina-Actual citizens; lived in
Stalo twelve months, iu county ninety days;
registration required by constitution; con-
victa oxtluded,
Ohio—Actual citizens; lived in State one
year; registration required in Cleveland,
Columbus, Toledo aad Cincinnati; idiots (tnd
inanno excluded.
Orogou—Oltieons or declared; lived in
Stalo six months; no registration required;
idiots, insane, convicts, United States army
aud Chiuoso excluded.
Pennsylvania—Actual citizen; lived In
Stato ono year, in precinct two mouths; registration required by constitution; non-taxpayers and political bribers excluded.
Rbodo Island—.AotuiU tax-paying citizens;
lived in Stato ono year, ia township six
months; registration required hy lAxv; persona without proporty to tko value of 5184;
Tlio Legislature adopted a resolution sub-
tnltting to tbo voto of the peoplo the question of removing tlio properly restriction
abovo montioiiod, and tt failed to carry.
South Carolina—Aotunl citizens; lived in
Stato one year, in county sixty days; registration required by constitution;insane.!; inmates of asylums, alms-houses and prisons,
United Statea army, duelists excluded.
TennosBOo—Aotual citizons; lived In State
twelve months, in county six months; no
rogislration required; non-payers of poll-tax
excluded.
Texas—Citizen or declared; lived in State
ono year, iu county six months. In procinct
six months; registration prohibited by constitution; lunatics; Idiots, paupers,convicts,
United States army excluded.
Vormont—Actual citizens; lived In Stato
one yoar; registration required by law;
bribers excluded.
Virginia—Actual citizens; lived instate
twolvomonths-intownablp three months;
registration required by law; lunatics,
idiots, convicts, United States army, duol*
ir.ts excluded.
West Virginia—Actual citizens; lived in
Stato ono year, In county sixty days; regis*
trdtlonprohibited by coimiitution; lunatics,
paupers and cofivlots oxcluded.
■Wisconsin—Citizen or declared. ,''■-;**"*
Stalo ono yoar: .w-**-'1"1 required by
Igw. ;-•,-■■---1 mlota, convicts, bribers, betters', duelists excluded. Ail the States limit
suffrage to molo citizens, but in Colorado,
Massachusetts nud some other Si ales women
may voto at School district elections,
lho CUmiix of Cheek,
Tho advertising business is frequently
carried beyond tho bounds of good taste,
saya tho Chicago Hcrahl. Evory one who
has watched a procession—and wbo has not
■has scon at tho tag on.l many and many
a timo somo wagon displaying an advertise-
ment of some wnro or other and tbo shouts
from tho crowded sidewalks wero ample
testimony that tho check of tho sehomo
had mot Ils reward. The climax of \or-
bonrnncowns reached tho other day, howovor, whon following a solemn funeral cor-
togo, at a littlo distance, it is true, but near
enough to bo associated wHh tho sad procession, thoy very thing desired by tho
porpotrntor, was a wagon bearing tho sign
painted in large, flaming letters; "Care
for consumption."
Ho Wnnli'il thn Cnlf llnil.
An old man in Southern Indiana was
charged wlih stealing a calf. Ho was
brought up for trial, when ho made tbo following fllutoinont totho jury: "1 was always tciii-hi-d lo bo lionost, an1 most, always
hnvo been, but whi J-J sped that calf I awed.
I never wanted a cnlf so bud in my lifo, and
you all know that when a man wants a calf
'ho wants him," Tbo jury returned tin following ventlel: "We. thu jury, air eatlsfled
that Blovo stold Uto calf, but ns tho fellow
that owned tlm animal Is oonsldorftblo of a
siotieli.wo agroe to oloar Blovo and mako
.v*
_ -writo VMin
 y"!'»,S..«
wutor
ni***"' -     ,,.,,«■ of Colerodo'B
rt^d^ffirt oi a^-'**1**'
WOTIOB.
Ddtiing my Absence pbo'm the
eliy Mr. Newton A. While will hnvo
oIllll'RO nf my busine.*.-', nml lies authority
to ml!, cf iiiii! i!:'.''-!iiii'''e u\\ accounts ill
ei'iiinotlon (.herewith,tite<
ft. M, WEBB.
Now Wostmlnster, Juno 0-1880.    dle0m2
W. C. LOYE,
orlt it rt-.iefhi.ll j/.
fr-ronhirs promptly attended to,
-.'.'inrkt-oii St., inrcurcl Colonial He
toi, next to Kan-! Ui«.s.'nillen.   .incite
DRESSMAKING
At mm JGNKSK«!»'V .
(Late ok Enuj-ahi>)
Cornei of Church and ColumbiaStreetsi
NEW WESTMINSTER.
rWRallsfactlon guiiranteed.     dwfo7to
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA    Sl'HEET,
New Westminster, B. C.
*v0-Hallii[in:ll„n ittiHniiilui'rl.       ilftpl8to
Rose Hill DairyFarm
Delivered Daily to fuslomr.iH In all parts
of llio Oily.
Hotels nml llentnuianl:' supplied nl. Special lhd«S by tbo yenr.
FRESH EGGS
Dollveicd nt Market ltates.
Orders left  nt M.  SikoiiAnt'S will bo
promptly attended to,
WKAVKR &. WOOnWAUD,
(IJelUyl Ih'oprlotorfl,
leiillirseif
[Removed fbcm Smnioii io Victobi-]
C-.ICND FOR CATALOGUE
■31 (illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVlSH,
ilmii8)mll VI0i0ItlA.il. C.
THK Wl-STMIKSTKU
v.SJB
.JU
m ,. joi-in s. cox, phop.
f^M        —    "
i-v*!!.;/ Ll3l,l BntisH,
■*.;.'■"-/'/ Pni-Irldgo Cnclililin,
^: ,..V.:^-'    Plj-niumh Hoek'',
'*-!..;.,■ ■   Will ti. Tnce BPltHpflnlsh
Willie Crested. Klnolc   nml (tolilun
Piilauds.
Elotiduufli     Sllver-iK-in-lllt.il   IInm*
burgs.
IT-lfi'-k, lied n»d IMlt, Game*-.
Ti-i:!o*5ue *.'i-e.ie,      linm-n Ducku.
My yards are open foi* inspection.
ilwrabGto
Stea:
VICTORIA
Bakery!
KI5TA.TILI3UEI! 1«58.
m. e. sismi & CO.,
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contraotorn by Appointment lo Her
Majesty's lloyal Navy, Ibe Do*nI-
11 Ion C-loverninent, An.
Mcdttl and Diploma nwnnleil atUioCol
unltilnnd linliiin EshiljiUon, London, hSSO.
FAOTORY-Xln-.'ira :-l., Jinnes Uny.
OWICES-W Kcn'l  B|.. Viclorln, Il.C.
ilnnSiuii
TUli TlIOUOUQir-BUKD STOKE-l'OQIS
JERSEY HULL,
"Governor i^oody"
Will Btand for fiC-rvIco thin neiu-on nt J'el-
linni Dairy. Sew WeHlrnlnater, whfil'Dthe
heniitlful i-el of Mils superb uiiiinnl can be
sen and Innpeclod,
A tew enlvos for Hide. Terms reasonable.
T. CUNNINGHAM,
Hai.1'11 Booth, Proprietor.
Manager. dmyMlo
Corbett & Kennedy,
MAN'OKACTOItKRS  OP
TIN, COPPER &8IJFET-IR0H
■WJlXI UL.
WEBSTEIt'H IJLOt'K. (L't'-WTAIKH),
FitoNT Ktiu.f.t,       Nkw Wksx-minstli:.
HAVING .ItST Ol-ENED IN THE
nbovo line, ye respi-(;lfiilly;-ollril.:i
tiiiare of ihe trade, and trust 6yeure/nl
intention to orders ami inmiernlo elinrgoe
to merit the sumo. Ex peri en end workmen! HatlBfnotlon Runraiilecd.
Esumttteafumlshod [orGalvanttjeil lion
(.'orniOL*, Itootlmr, Pliiiiiliiiiu, Gas-Jlllln-r,
Steam nml Hot Water Heating, Ae.
inS"" Entntnno to pn-iiil.se'- on Mnrv St.,
In rear of Bfiuli of II. 0. dwin hlltii
W. BREDEMEYER, OB, PH.
(Lute Partner of John MoVlclter)
MINING ENGINEKFl, U.S. A 1'ltOVlN-
CIAL.SUUVI'.VOK, A APBAYBB.
Masonic 'fmirr-R Hr.ooK,  VAKCnuvxiti
i!r:t. Col.
tt-e-It'.-llalile reportH, unileryroiuil huv-
vuya nnd niupHof ruiiie.-i excculeil nl low
ratc-fJ. Asiiiys nnnleoii till kiniNof fnln-
SfalB, gold ami silv, r liars. Thhty ycniH'
esporiotiee In minim; In Aula, Europe
and United .states of Aineilen Hpt-ni;;:
ten laiiKiinj'eK. Ass;ty» from a .iisi-tiii'i-
promptly nt'tcmled io. Addr<;ss Vaiieou-
ver, H. (J. ddome
CITY  BREWERY!
-A.1© 2  -a.io I
Tho Vory Bost In tlio Cily Is Browoil by
JOHN W.  ANBRZEJEWSKI
Atthe City Brewery, Agnes Street,
Orders left at DIcklnBon'a Butcher Shop
Khali lmve prompt attention, Glvo us a
trlnl nnd judge for yourselves.
New West., July If), IBSO. iijlylote
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE EAOT THAT
«E3 J2l 3EZ, W 'E3 ■53. * SS
Ganadian Faoiflo Railway Oo
NOTICE IS UEBI9BY GIVEN THAT
. u duly eerlllli'd   plm
mok of ivfeien
of   tills  Kiiilwny
I.iir.d JU'idsii-v in
New \Vi'Minlii*-ier
1888;
, profile and
if tlie Mission Branch
ere tloposlted In tho
ae of the District nt
n Hie ITLli diiyof Juno,
H. ABBOTT
ViiU'-oiiv
Geneml t'liperlnlemlent,
-, 11. CJ., 27l)t Juno, IK-rn. ilje'21'm
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundry i-AilachineWorks
mHE PROl'HIETORS OK TUEKE
X works have mueh pleasure In notifying their friends and the publio that they
nre now prepared to receive nnd promptly
execute any orders for work In tlielr line
with which they may ho favored.
A. HcKELVIJS,
Mechanical Manager.
Vancouver, B.C., 8th May, 1888.
d wm y 12te	
Temple of Music!
Is lhe Place to liny PlrsW'lass
PIANOS a? ORGANS
At • nidi -l'l'Iees aud TorniH as will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
For prices and terms, apply to OAR*
tF.R'ft TEMPLE OF MUSIC.
Vancouver, B, G.
SilOHaatlligaSt. WVM. tlnplDlo
Liiiyu   mill
BRACKMAN & KER,
MANUPACTUUEnS  OP
By the Latest improved Process.
^ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
MILLS at Kin-Hi Sunn It'll.
OFFICE A WAREHOUSE! Victoria.
dmh£f)m6
'TO SMOKERS.
IP YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGAR, ASK FOR THE
BRITISH I
HENRY LEE
-STThoy are not only marlo of the
eiiolccst Tobacco but thoy nro of
Home Hiuuiii'actiirc, oml slioulil bo
patronized by nil good citir-oiis.
. WM. T1ET1EN, Manulaolurcr,
U.01.TIR001C BUlLDlNn,
COLUMBIA STREET, HEW WESTMINSTER.
iIi«7iiol.v
This I
i Townsito, at tbo Frosli-Wutflr
Jiinction of the
outhern Railw'y
IS Sin
ii) inie-4 Above wc-,i»ihi
Una jii!:t been Qtirvoyc
are for sah.
il, and  the Lots
WOODS, TURNER & CAiWBtE
ALBERTJ. HILL & COMPANY
Of Nbw Wbsmusstkb, 3J. C.
The R'tvantnaea and proapoota of this
Plot for a future thriving Town live
many.
The Lund in tho vicinity la good-
Time are inexhaustible IKON OltlO
Dlfil'OSITS, of amiperinr quality, iinmo*
ilinli Iv iiiljaeent, ni Woll ns vast Btl'lltn of
the linest'lUllI-DlNt! SAND and 1'OT-
TICllV (-'LAY.
On tho TownBite are a number of vnlu-
able MINBKAIi SHtlNGS.
Gonimunication by land anil water is
unequalled, byroaaon-of the location of
the Townsite on tho I'Vaser River and
the Southern Railway, while the natural
elevation and Iny of tlio hnd can uot be
excelled »>■ a oitnation for a lino town.
Tlio ground in open and clear of lioavy
timber. '
Tlio uito ban been aolcotod as ono of
tlio moat Important atatio-ia on the
Southern Railway* end with tlio completion of the road, in the near future,
mtiKt, witli all ita oilier advantages,
Hpi'liif* into prominence nt onoo.
Those who apply oaflji will liavo lho
piel: ot tho Lots.
A clear lllla given *-vit'1 ovcry l,m'*
elinse,
Particit wishing I oin enn apply as woll"
on the prcinisoa, to
HENRY KELLS,
thnyUtc Provribtoii.
And. PROVISIONS.
—AI.",0—
A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
Ov!()
330-8IW OOBDOYA KTilliST,
VANCOVVEU.B.'t'.
Importers ami Iii'idiutt in
M:AQJJ.'IN.|^.V
OK ALL TOKSUIUTIOh*.').
MARINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
'hviIi^OIr-
Canadian Paciiic Railway,
PACIFIO DIVISION.
Gen'! Superintendent's Office.
W. R. AUSTIN'S
iflFrtiitet.
FARM  FRODUCII.
HaM-wooft, Fir-wood, Bark,
l.K.W'K  ORDK11S   AMU   SETTLB  AC-
COUNTS AT AIRTIK'3 WHABP.
Illlly20to
Soots and Shoes!
AND WHERE TO GET THEM AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
LARGEST BOOT & SHOE STORE IN BRITISH COLOMBIA
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES
AND WHERE TO GET THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Misses tt Children's
And Where to Get the Newest Styles, Where to Get the Best
Quality, and Where to Buy Them at the Lowest Prices.
J. W. WINGER
DKALKlt 11*
Hard and Soft Wood
Draying and Teaming
Done im Short Notice tiriii at P.enpon-
aljlo TerniH.
BMi juIn lime
Always in stooh.
Order-* left at llio C. P. N. Wliarf will bo
promptly delivered. dmhSOte
WHOLESALE
MsliiiDaalef!
IW KEMEMBER, my stock of fine Boots and Shoes, in tho
newest styles, is larger this season tlian any dealer's in the Province.
To buy at Low Prices, to sec the Greatest Variety, to get New
Goods (not old shop-keepers), go to
JAMES   ROUSSEAU,
dwto SI  Celi-.---a.l3ia Stieot.
(LUNDBOJI'S BUILDING, MONT STREET)
•p-Fl A,T..***I*.   X2T
McDONOUGH,
MtONT STREET)
RCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stock of
Ory Goods, Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, -fto.
TkCESKT'S     *Ss    EOY8'     SUITS.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Alao,
GRAIN, SEEDS,  POTATOES, LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
S. B.—Farm Product! bought at market ratei' or sold on commission.  nokOrden-
from tbe Interior promptly attended to. dwjeMc
OWNERS AND MASTERS OP VES-
sclNiiud oilier rinifi. iiuvltrittlii1* llie
iM'ii.siT Ulvci'iirocnnlioiiL'd to Itci.-p within
the Uuovs paliiU'd lied and White, ro*
Bpootlvoly,at tin- Mltmlnn Bridge-asdnv-
Ing lho construction of. tlio BriUKO, havl*
gallon between tlm bunks of tlio HI ver
and the Buoys Ifidaufiiinius, owing to piles
being driven there.
N. ATHiriTT,
QoriornlSiiporlntondeuI.
Vancouver, U. 0.,7th Mny, 1880.  dniyStd
Plants for Sale!
 AT THK	
Douglas Street teery,
/-vltl)i:i!a TAJCEN Kill! KltUlT ANI1
I"  UKNAMKNTAI. 'J'llKKK,  Incltt'llns
all tlio lsmlliig vixriiitlos of
Aiiplrs, 1-cai's, I'liims, Clicrrics,
■ ALSO	
8*1.11,!. flllllTS ot overs' accrliHloii.
ItoUquclH,
to oilier.
dilwiipSyl
Wrrnllis oml ,'nissi'S liimlc
P. LATHAM
Nei
FRONT STREET,
Westminster, Brit. Col.
its HiRlmst t'rioo patil foi; Furs and
Piicr 1
Corres
Call No.
cljnSt.li
DOUGLASSTREKT
Foot ok douoi.as stiiekt, Nkar
OoLU-MIlIA  BTKKKr,
J. FER-finte, PROPRIETOR
IjlIlRSIl    RHKAl),   CAKE.1*,   PASTUY,
X1   Oonfcctlonery, etc., e\o.
Hotel and Ucstauranttrade solicited,
All orders promptly attended lo and
delivered to any part of tlio eity.   dinliffiy
UonuDutal Works
Con. Columbia ami Chupcii Sts.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Monuments, Headstones & Tablets
In Marble or Grtmlto of Best Qualilj.
COKNEll     POSTS     ANO    CURBING.
N. B.-3m?t received—tlio linest assortment of Kent*-!- ('riiitit<' nionitnionlfi ever
noon n British Columbia, whii-li wilt ho
Spld at prices puttin^ttmipi-'lillonmilof
llie<|iiestloh.
dwrnhSIyl AlEX. HAMILTON Prop,
ANO FURNISHINGS.
AT THE  LOWEST PRICES.
iiUNnuouM'S iir.ocK,
I'uliimillll Hlrvi'J,       Kew iri'Klmliistcr.
nolilwly
British OoMmMa's Ixlibit
rnnn coMWiri'raE .appointed, to
Toronto Industrial Kxliiltitioii
loeiiro sneli a collecliori
itotlio'-esourecsof iitoi!
i thu oity orelsewlv io v
-.tn lmve boforo the tint-
Any person I;
bus, oroxpen
tlMiKshlbltln	
nrodoomod worlhy of bring exhibited,
will t-onfer a favor by eommiinleiitlii-;, im
(tnnn nn poNttlldc, with hhiiio meinbei' of
I bo com lull tee, All art Ides taken for exhibition will be i-nolii-il and sent fivo of
charge to the exhibitor. Tbo local cont*
tI*JHflfl.hj eimpu-eil of the following gotl*
Fish ami Game—d. _■.	
Ale.i. Kwen, Esq., ami P, 0. Birrell, I'Jfi],
A'-t'irin-'niuAT, and Hoimi'iti/rintAi,
pHOlnii'lf-—Tlios. t'liiintngliani, Ksii., W.
Wolfenden, Esq.
MlNKltAI.-' AND MANUKACTUltES—J, 0<
Brown. Esq., U. \'. Edmoiut'-, Esq.
I'IKimiCTS 01" THK I'oitBST— II. Ellllill,
Esq., J. B. Kennedy, Esq., I), MeNalr, l>q.
JOHN HENDRY, Chairman.
1). ROBSON, Secretary. dwjlyllml
Mori Britisli k Mercantile
IT IE III
illf C
mmm
OOMi-ANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
CBpltali    •    S15,000.(l(>0.00
SiiliscHliod Cftiillhll, ss nl. Hist Dro.,1889,
*L',-> Mm.   I'-li-c l''innl nnd Hesorvo,*",-
'Ji2,-m Net Promlunis, 18118, $3,W!!,0fiO.
OF  LONDON.
Capital,    •    S9,'13|000.00
nATKB as  r,n«' as any othisii
Cll.Ml'ANlKS lllllNI!   1I1IH1NKSS
IN 11RITISU COMJMDI A.
T. Or. J-^Q-CTES
Agent for Now Wostlllinstov City
and Distiit't. itj-'atu
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STEWART #GASn, PROPRIETORS
J. J. WILSON,  ■  MAKAGEtt.
Kates, $1.00 mul $1.50 ikt »ay,
Acconniso 'ro hoom.
SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK On MOUTH,
-03* lMrllos suiipllotl '
I0E-0HEA5I.
till nil lilo.Is ol
'Iniylinii
union Lands.
Tl'' YOU ARE PAYING POR VOUR
J I'n-etti prion or for rem of .'linlii-; or
(iia/.iiu* l.iiinl, or luivlnn I'lti-in, Minlny
nriiiiyl.ind from tbo Dominion Govern*
fin nm m rash
Hut pay In (Sit
lui'ie discount.
qmititl
mi in inigi' or sin till
6L10WAY & CHAMPION
VVINNII'EO,   MANITOBA,
OH FllOM
Till: HANK OF DKlTlSH oonianiA,
KS-TABMUHKB 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
\diirly dppoBltc tlie Coloninl Hotel,
NKW WESTMINSTER
1'HB LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment ol nil dcacri'itloiiB of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on band, and supplied to Kam*
•lies, Rentanranfca, and Steamlioatn atthe
LOWEST POSSIBLE PIUOES.
TIME    CARD.
O-  35*.   3GS3".  C30.
Tho Flue Flist-Class
Str, William Irving
Will Leave the 0. P. N. Co.'s Wharf,
an *v. io *a "nr
Tuesday.Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOR CHIL1IWHA5K AND WAY POBTS.
Returning Kvory
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
Wbon srifllolent Inducomont ofR-rs she
will ptoooed to HOPE nud on'audi
occasions will lonv- lui wharf
at In in.
Connecting with lltoc, P. N.Uo.'sSlortmor
for VteiorfiL
JOHN hiving, Manogor,
T. !.. BBIOGSi, Awnt,
New Woslmloslrr,        dnpBlo
Tsine Table!
^^fftOBERTDIlNSMlllB
T EAVEfl WKsTMl.vNIKll ovci'V Mon-
|J iluy inornlni,' nt V oTIooii fm- Muial-
nm, vill  Viini'oiivoi-, ri'fnntlii'' 'I'licminv,
vin Vtlncouvpr.
Loaves Westminster evory Wednesday
ut v a. m. tor NtTnauno (HrroLronnocUng
Wltli iBlnnd railway nnd Comox Bloamor"
iLfflnyos Nannlmo  for VmieduVer on
Leaves Nannlmo on SaUtnlny at7a. m,
for "Westminster dlteoL
For frolj-iii or passtttfo apply on board.
or in'J', I.. Ilninii-t, i'. 1\ N.ttiiarf.     dtc
W-NS^M'i- .'.....■  ■-     ■    ..
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
<cl'iistorUl3so--eU.lapt-dlocliUdniUut|OM'«ri-i--lRiGclI«, Oonttl-allon, '
IrocomincndllMBrp-rtortoaivpr-iKripUon I tSS*gmii-* ElMrto-, FMot-Mott
knownto-no."     tK.A_wm,U.T>.,       \f>^tmi, Hm tttp, mi pemtm i*
m£to.0iftirtf*,Br-<41ja,-(.T.   I wuEiit InjnrlMi mtdlottta.
Thi Cn-m'E OoWJUnr, 77 Murray Scree*, 17. Y.
BRITISH OOLUMBIA
(LIMITED)
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
ODVLEB A. HOLLAND,
',}'
HEAD OFFICE t
15 Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street,
LONDON, ENG.
The Business of ALLSOP A MASON has
boon lucrseil In tbe nbovo Company nnd
will bn curried on by tbe Company from
this dato as a general Laud Investment
and limurnnce Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low
Rates. Town Lots and Farming Lands
for Salo on easy terms.
Victoria, B. C, May 10th, 1887.  dwJlyS
*HA*R*aXSOISr BPEIKG-S
.-^exated. "crater
(Direct from tho Springs.)
ENDORSED BY HIGH MEDICAL AUTHORITIES.
i-unlitc Aeral
vater ou the Market.
Tho above will bo delivered ln New
Westminster twice a week. Leavo ordors
with F. C. MoCARTNEY,
Commission Agent,
Douglas St., New Westminster,   3jly3tc
V I 0 T O E I A
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER FOR SALE:
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
Rice Meal,
van i'ihti,ti*y, An.
I'Oll CATTLE MED.
dmli29tn0
liM Wer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE 8UHSCR1BER8 AltE NOW PBE-
PARED TO TORN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIBS
At Special Low Rates,
Done at Shortest Notice,
I»ry Cnriin-'MHi delivered to any part of
tbo city.
Orders by Telophono will receive prompt
attention.
HrStnblos nearly opposite 0, P.R. Depot , Columbia St., NewWost ml lister.
djallte      QILLEY BROS. I'l-ors.
Feeil,Livery?Sale BEGGS & HEAHD'S
STABLE8,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. JflT WISE,
GOOD DRIVING * RIDING HORSES
for Hire. Hacks call at all Steamers
aud Train'-. Special attention given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may bo loft at tho Oflloe of Mn*
them A MItlif-iui,Commission Merchant--,
Front Stroot, New West. dfio21tc
MERCHANT TAILORS,
WISH TO INFORM THE PEOPLE of
Now Westminster that lliey havo
re-openod the store lately occupied by
Messrs. Woods, Turner * Gnmble, and
aro now prepared to execute all orders Ior
TA.I'L.O-RI'ETG-
A flue Hue ofClothi juitt received,
eonslslltiR of all (lie 1-Mctt He**
Blgitti from Kuroponn MnrfcrIs
MR. J. A. McDOUGALL will attend to
the ciltlln*-, nnd Is ii pmotlOftl meebimle
of twelveyciiis'expoi-lciieeln lho United
Hlnios; also two years ns foremnn for
Messrs. Gregg A Hon, of Viclorln.
Satisfaction gunrnnteed.
Coumbia Street, Opposite Bank of nontbem
new westminbter.
dJolllmO
NOTICE T0_C0NTMCT0RS
SEALED TENDERS WILL RE RE-
ceived by tbe Trustees of tho Royal
Columbian Hospital Company np to noon
of SATURDAY, »lh Jnly, for the erection and completion of a Hospital on Lot
-j, Block 2, Suburbs of New Westminster.
Each tender must be accompanied by
an accepted bank cheque (or a sum equal
to five per cent, of the amount of the tender, made payable to the undersigned. In
the event of a contract being let the
cheque will bo retained as pari security
Tor tho duo performance of tho work.
The cheque will bo returned to unsuccessful competitors, but will be forfeited
by any bidder who may decline to execute a coutract If called upon to do so.
Plans and specifications can be seen
and fore's for tender obtained at the offlce
of Clow A Maclure, architects, New Westminster.
The lowest or any tender not necoBsarily
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Auction Salo J. A, Robinson
No polico court to-dny.
Salmon averaged 50 to thu boat last
night.
Niglit hull ult-'mluney.—D. S. Curtis A Co. iv*
AU tho fashionable iced boveragca, at
tho "Hub," noxt tho "Queen's."   *
The regular monthly reception of
tho Y. M. C A. will be held on tomorrow evening.
The str. Irving left for Chilliwack
this morning with 30 tons of freight
and 25 passengers.
Walker A Co. havo Sapperton Lots
near New Hospital and Ross-Mac*
lrtren Mills at old prices. *
Seo our cheap line of Ladies' 4 buttoned Kid Gloves- black and colored—
only 50 ctB, per pair, lor cash—at Jas,
Ellard ft Co's. *tc
The board of works is called to moot
to-morrow evening ut 8 o'clock to discuss important matters connected with
street improvements.
Tho annual picnic of thu Mothodist
Sunday school will bo held at Derby
townsite to-morrow. The party will
leave Ewen's wharf at 8 a. ra,
Th o total salaries paid to the teachers of the Westminster public schools
ia §2,880, ami of this sum the city is
obliged to p'y $1)00 under tho now
school net.
The following amounts subscribed
tu the exhibition fund are reported
paid: Geo. Turner §10, Terhune ft Co.
gib, Terhune ft Young $10, A. Des-
Brisay $15.   Next.
A. M. Nolaon, uuctioner, will sell
by public auction, at tho Colonial
hotil, on Saturday, August 31, at 7:30
p. m.-**thti real and personal estate of
the lato Dr. Loftus K. Melnues. See
adv.
The supreme oourt lias granted an
injunction iu Um case of Tietjouva.
HjarUng- restraining the latter until tho
trial of tlio action from manufacturing
and selling olgnw under the nnmu of
tlio "Littl-? Mainland."
The Rev. S. C. Scholfield hns been
appointed by the bishop of Oolumbia
to the rectorship df St Paul's, Esquimau. Mr. Scliulfield's many friends
in Westminster will be ilulighted lo
hear of tliiaai-pointmont.
A meeting of tho New Westminster
Rillo association ia called for to-night
at Mr. W. Wolfenden's oilice. Important matters will bo brought boforo
the meeting and it is particularly requested that overy member bo present.
The non- commissioned oflicers nnd
men of tho Westminster militia nre ru-
quested to meet at the drill shed on
Friday evening to discuss tlio advisability of giving a military ball during
the week iu which tho provincial rifle
matches are held
Alderman Ewci', at the request of
the beard, has withdrawn his resignation, whicli he placed in the hands of
thu city clork n couple of weeks ago.
Evory one will be plouBcd to learn
that Mr. Ewen bus reconsidered his
decision, for ho cannot be woll spared
nt present from thu council.
The question of widening Columbia
street sidewalks was brought bofore
the city council last night by Aldermen Jaquos. New sidewalks are absolutely necessary from one end of tho
street to the other; and if tho sidewalks uro to bo widened, which is
much to bo desired, the change should
tako place when tho improvements aru
being made.
The park committee will hold a
joint meeting with the citizens committee thin evening at 8 o'clock to inspect tho plana submitted fur tho proposed exhibition buildings ond to dis-
' cuss important matters contracted
therewith. Tho erection of the now
building will bo commenced ns soon
ns tenders for  the  work   have  been
received.   Tenders will bo  cnllod for
within a diy or two.
Messrs. 3, D. B.-tclielor ant1 Jamos
Johnson havu been appointed by the
oity to collect Dominion and provincial
votes, or in othor words to see that
overy person entitled to voto at either
Dominion .o3r„„n*,dtfiHCcT?rnrt8"i:to tho
requirements of tho act. Any person
not cnllod upon by tho voto collectors
should mnko a point of personally registering their mines.
William John Htiwman, who was
takon down with smallpox a week ago,
died last night in the hospilul on Poplar Island nnd was buried to-day. Ho
was 21 years of ngo and a nativo of
Meaford, Ont. The deceased was an
notiye momber of tlio Salvation army,
in tho ranks of which ho wss known
aa "happy Jack." Ho was a general
favorite with his comrades, who all
deeply regret his death.
Tho Vancouvor Enterprise Mining
Co., who own tho claim on Cayoosh
Oreek, hage now got inst tors into proper shape, and before long tho exact
value of tho mino will bo known, Yesterday tho hydr-iulio machinery which
they sent for turi-ud, and thu uluicini*
away of tho bank will begin on an extensive plan. Reports from thu creek
are to ths effect that thoro ii enough
gold in the bank itself to pay for tlio
expenses of tho work. This is exceedingly cheering, tho company having boon under tho ''impression thnt
this would cost them suven or eight
thousand dollars,— News.
The O. R. ft N. Co. have decided to
place the steamer Alki on the Poit-
Iniul British Columbia route in con*
junction with the steamers Idaho and
Michigan. If thoso three veBBols cannot fill tho bill lira company will put
on mine. Tlio Alki recently came
down From Alaska, iu which waters
she picked up a buoy which had drifted
from tho Columbia river bar, a distance of 1000 miles.
Ountmclfcrs, builders, etc., will lako
notice (hit tliu timo expires at noon
to-iirarruw fur receiving tenders for
three iHF.T-.itt works—for tho erection
ofLowenbei'g Harris ft Co.'s briok
building, fur tlio erect ion of stono
foundation for a brick building on
Lytton square, for foundation of a
houau buUuon Blfickwood and Olo-
ment streets, Particulars will be
found iu ttdvortisoinontsolsowhore.
At the Uraugo gathering in Victoria,
itwrisjiiovcd by Dr, Cooper seconded
by Mr. Eli Higgins. and carried unaui-
Rimi'sly. "thut this meeting disapproves
of tho voto co'fcby the representatives
of ibis Province in the federal parliament i.t Ottawa against tho motion of
Oolonel O'Brien respecting thu disallowance of tlio Jesuit*' estates bill;
and, Cutthermore, it heartily endorses
the noble notion of the tliiiteeu mem*
bora who voted iti its favor."
On Sundny Is-**-- curly in tho afternoon, there reached Kamloops iv drovo
of sheep numbering over 2500, in
charge of fivo men and two or threo
dogs. Thu alioop weru purchased in
Washington Territory, and wore
driven a distance of -100 miles, being
flvo weeks on the road. The drove
originally contained 2,700, but about
100 woro lost along the Oolumbia river
through eating some poisonous weed
growing thero. Tho animals nro of
the Merino siieeies, and aru owned by
Messrs. Hull Bros., and Harvey ft Co.
—Sent ind.
A Terrible Accident.
Tho annual Sunday school picnic iu
connect ion with St. Paul's R. E.
churoh takes placo to-morrow, and instead of going to the Roso Hill farm,
na announbed on Sunday, it bus beon
decided to proceed to Pitt rivor. Tho
steamer Adelaide, which has been
chattered for thu occasion, will leavo
Ewon's wharf at 9 a.m., and it is requested that all should bo on tho
wharf by that time, aa Ihu fiteamor
cannot wait longer. Refreshments in
abundance have been provided by the
ladies, and a pleasant time is ox-
pected.
a city Karaite,
Mr. Coroner Ferris has laid boforo
tho city counotl the urgent necessity nf
having a morgue built without delay.
At prespnt when a body is pieked up
in the river or tin accident occnVs
whereby auiuo poor fellow loses his
life, the only pluce to wliich the body
can be removed 13 thu city lockup, n
moBt uuspitnblo plaoo in many ways,
for tho building nt beat is little better
tlian a hen coop and much too small
fur police purposes without making it
do duty also aa a morgue. 'The board
of health hus boon ordered to report
on the L-oronor'a proposition, uud for
the eakqof decency alone hia rccoin-
memiuliuli -ilioukl bo adopted.
No, CShart, Wellington.
The No. 0 shaft at tho Wellington
collifiriea has been sunk down to tlie
coal, and tlio work has so fur progressed that tho company is now shipping coal from the new shaft. The
Nnuaimu Free Press, in referring to
tliu opening of No. (i shaft, says:
"Whilo tho shaft was being sunk tho
management had thu necessary railway o iiutnioted along tho bluff fo con-
hoot with the Wellington Railway system. The seuui h opening up in splendid condition, and the quality of the
coal i* pronounced by experts to bo
tho linest yet 'won' on Vancouvor Island, ftild that ia saying a great deal,
for this island is proverbial for thu excellent quality of the 'black diamond.'!'
turned out from the several colHe'rios."
The Surrey Byfte,
Mr. W. Thibaudeau, C. E., who re*
turned from Boundary Bay on Saturday after having complutod tho surveys in connection with tho proposed
dyking Bohome, is now* busily engaged
making out his report on tliu work accomplished. The report will bu most
favorable to tho scheme, probably
more so than was expected by tho projectors. Tho only heavy work in cou-
neciinn with thu dyke will ou from
MoBride's ranch to tho ond of the
Moodyvllle property, about a mile and
a half in all, and oven this is far from
formidable. Tho rest of the work will
bn light mid vory Inexpensive. Mr.
Thibaudeau considers the scheme most
feasible and one that can be rapidly accomplished. Tho dyke will reclaim
10,000 acres of magnificent laud and
greatly benefit vory much more.
Children Cryfof Pitcher'j Oastoria
British Columbia fmlt.
Dr. It. A. II. McKeon, of Capo
Breton, who reached Montreal yesterday on Ms return from a western tour
extending to tho Pacific const, brought
across tira continent a box of Britiih
Columbia cherries, grown by Thos.
Cunningham at New Weatinim-tur, nnd
picked on Tuesday, July 2nd. Tlio
fruit upon arrival horpMWftjwH*ul,|»*<ffl,0
cdmries aro of tho finest flavor, large
black ones of tho English varioty, and
there is no doubt a largo market for
all kinds of Br' ,ish Columbia fruit will
bo found in tho turritorios and Muni*
tnl.'ii.—-Montreal Gazette, July Uth,
Mr. Cunningham is doing a servico to
the province in sending samples of his
excellent fruit to the eastern nnd
Manitoba marketn. Mr. Ouiintughaa),
wo nro informed, shipped some splendltl
plums to Manitoba yesterday, nud will
ni a day or two to make a tiial shipment of plums and upricots to Montreal nnd Kingston, Frum what wo
havo seen of these fruits in his orchard,
on Pelham street, it is safe to say that
thoy will produce an impression upon
tho customers and Mnuitobsn.- equil
to that which tlie cherries above referred to mndo upon tho representative
of tho Montreal Qaxettt, For nearly
all tfra orchard and garden fruit- which
British Ooldtnbla can grow to such perfection, the Northwest, Manitoba, nnd,
to some extent, tho eastern provincce,
aro thn destined mnrket, aud Mr.
Cunningham is doing the vory bout
poKsiblu thing towards opening it up.
May hu havo all.thu success Ira do*
scavos, and may many others follow
his example, Orchard planting and
fruit raising of all kinds should bo
prosecuted with vigor.' The provinco
is exceptionally woll adapted for it,
nnd a market will not be hard to find,
A man named McCallum, of Langley Prairio, mot with an accident lost
Saturday that may cost him his life.
Uo was teaming goodi on the Yale
load nenr Ton Mile bridge, when ono
of thu wheels struck a fallen tree that
lay partly across lira highway, producing such a severe shock as to throw
him from tho wagon. McCallum fell
directly in front of tliu wheels wliich
passed over hia body and logs, inflicting terrible injuries and crushing both
thighs iri a horrible maimer. Dr. Hall
was telegraphed for and lost no tune
iu reaching tho wounded man's aide.
Every relief that medic il science
could givo was adnilniutorcd, but the
injuries uro ao many and so sovious
lhat tho doctor has littlo hopes of
saving his lifo. The accident was tbu
result ot the careless manner iti which
fallen trees aro removed from tho
highways. When a tree full i across
the road only a sufficient portion of
it is cut away to allow It wagon to pass
through, and when a team is inclined
to bo "akiltish," as thoy often (treat
the sight of tho logs, it requires n skilful and steady hand to navigate safely
through the cut. Thu great wonder
la that such accident' are nol of more
frequent occurrence, aud lliey would
bo, toe, wero it not fur the fact that
very fow teams aro ou the country
roads aftor nightfall. Since tho nbovo
was written word has bceu recoived
that McCnllum is somewhat easier,
aud Dr. Hall now entertains somo
hopes of hin recovery. Ho will, however, bo able to speak more definitely
on tho subject aftor his next visit.
Sim-Hint; liiriiiicc on levnilir.
It is commonly reported—with what
truth we havo an yet been unablo to
learn— that a smelting furnace ia very
shortly to bo erected by lira owners of
tho Iron Mino on Texada Ialand. If
this rumor should turn out to be woll-
founded it is to bo hoped that British
Columbia capitalists will soo that if it
pays our American neighbors at Iron-
dale to work nnd smelt iron oro in
British Columbia territory, it Bhould
ulso be a paying investment fur them
to prospect and develop aomo uf tho
iron Btono districts of which wo hear
from time to time. Thia country is
only just feeling its feet, so tj speak,
and in tho near future there must of
necessity, bo ti largo demand—among
other articles— for steel rails. Coal in
abundance wu already possess, of a
quality allowed by nil to bo everything
that could, bu desired. Surely with
coal and iron almost at our doors, our
future railroad kings will not havo to
seek their rails, otc, elsewhere.—
Courier.
Tliclt&Urout] Project.
The bright star of hope again shines
one nnd from a quarter whore a short
time ago it was least expectad. The
meeting held Inst night to discuss tho
railway situation showed for a certainty thut Ne!--on Bennett was the principal mover in the recent proposition to
speedily build tho Bellingham Bay
Railway to New Westminster. Mr.
BtJttiiott Bays ho will give Whatcom
the eume facilities tie Senator Canfield
promised, and will not only promise
to build tho road but will do it. In
returu for this ho aaid ho would like
the citizens to give him thu same support they havo promised tho Cantield
company, together with tholr friendly
oo-uporation in tho undertaking. His
proposition id undoubtedly as favorable
tu Whatcom as that of Senator Can-
field, while from Mr. Bennett's previous record there is ample assurance
that the undertaking will be speedily
carried to u successful issue. That tho
community needs a railway connection
as proposed is certaui, and that this is
the only present hopo of getting a railway i3 generally admitted, It only
remains for the citizens tp) accept Mr.
Bennett's proposition and secure tho
road and its attendant boneliti.—U'/rat*
com Hull at in.	
city Council.
Thu cily council met nt 8 o'clock
last night fur thu transaction of business. Present — Aldermen Curtia,
Calbick, Reid, McPhaden, Cunning-
hum, Juqiras, Tuwnsund and Ewen,
Hii worship Mayor Hendry in tho
chair.
coaiiioNiOATiosfl
From thu Waterous Engine Works,
enclosing a circular re firo engines. Received nnd filed.
From Mayor Oppenheimer, of Vancouver, acknowledging receipt of §200
towards thu fund for Bending provincial exhibits to Toronto. Received and
lited.
From Hanson Bros., brokers, of
Montreal, acknowledging receipt of
by-laws and stating thoy would tender
fur tho debentures. Referred to tho
finance committee.
From Wm, It. King, asking permission lo build a wator tank un Royal
avenuo and open tho r-troet fur pipe
laying. Referred to board of works
with power to act.
From. W. D. Ferris, corjner, calling tho attention of tho council to tho
necessity of building a morgue; also
advising that a properly confitructed
stretcher ahould bo kept at the police
station for ubu whon required. Referred to the board of honlth to report
on.
From .1. Jloll. Smith, auditor for
tlio provincial government, enclosing
a statemont of the amount paid for
teachers' salaries iu WcHtminttor (W,
880) and stating 8000, Westminster's
shore, would bo duo within  30 rl«i»»
T .-* 1 "
KKI'OIITS.
The board of works reported that
tenders for cribbing and filling Begbie
streot, had been opened and that tho
tender of J, M. Wiso being tho lowest,
viz. $500, the contract had boon awarded to him. Alao thnt Mr, N, B.
GauvrottU, C. E., had beon appointed
to uBsistin making the street levels.
Report adopted.
The finance committeo reported that
the bonds of tho oity clork havo boon
deposited in the Bank of British Columbia fur safu keeping; thnt tho oity
hnll haa been insured for $2,500; thnt
J. D. Bntclralor and Jamos Johnson
have been appointed voto collectors.
Report adopted.
Tliu board of health reported having
built a post houso on Poplar Island,
also that all arrangements woro complete.   Report adopted,
AUUOONTH.
II. T, Beid&Oo,, 838.05; R. 0. P.
M, Co,, §J(i.55; Wintemuto Bros,,
882.05; C. Murray, $11; Goo. Cunningham, $5; Mathers ft Milligan,
$30.48) Robert Law, 022.40; Mainland thutrdian, $10.10; W. I). Form,
810; Ogle- Campbell ft Co,, $1.50;
posl master, 85.
Thn lira commUloe was granted further timo to report.
Tho board of   works   wns granted
Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria
further time to report on the publio
cemetery.
The water lots committee was granted
further time to report.
Tho water committeo was granted
further timo to roport.
Aid. Cunningham reported that tho
plans fur thu new exhibition buildings
wero iu and wuuld be decided uu immediately.   Adopted.
Aid. Scoullar's letter was further
laid over for a week,
On a motion, carried unanimously,
hi-i worship naked Aid. Eweu lo withdraw his resignation.
Aid. Curtis said it. wuuld bo u pity
tu make u break inthe ranks; they had
started together tu accomplish certain
objects for tho city's good nnd the lino
Bhould remain unbroken till tho ond
uf tho yew.
Aid. Ewen said ho did not caro to
sit in the council whilo the matters ho
complained of woro beforo the board.
Ho wished to be freo to act, ond could
uot bo freo whilo this matter was iu
abeyance.
Aid. Cunningham said he appreciated
Aid. Ewen's position- und assured him
that tho council would deal fairly and
honorably iu thu matter.
Aid. Townsend, McPhaden, and
Reid Bpnko in the sumo strain.
Aid. Ewen consented to withdraw
his resignation till the report of the
water lots committee bo received.
The water works commissioners bylaw was read a socond time.
Aid. Jaques said it would be a good
idea to increase tho width of Columbia
street siduwulks; tho mutter was
worthy of consideration now thut im-
provementB woro nbout to be made.
Aid, Cunningham agreed with this
proposition and would aupport tho
schemo heartily. He thought it would
bo a vast improvement.
Aid. Townsend would like to seo
tho sidewalks widened, but he thought
tho moving uf drains, etc., would bo
vory expensive.
Aid. McPhaden and Ewen wore not
so certain that the change wns necessary.
Aid. Jaques gave notico that ho
would introduco a sidewalks widening
by-law at the next mooting.
Tho council thon adjourned.
Dispatches from various parts of
Canada, show that the Orange day was
appropriately celobrated without any
unpleasant incidents. Winnipeg
Orangemen went to Brandon, where a
big demonstration was held. All
speakers condemned tho actioti uf the
Dominion government in allowing the
Jesuits' Estates Act. In Toronto the
demonstration was the largest ever
known. Tho procession took an hour
to pass a given point.
Judge Walkem has filed an acceptance of tho Supreme court judgment,
reducing tho damages awarded by the
British Columbia court in tho Walkem
vs. Higgins libel suit.
VOLUME ?II.-tfO. li
EE, «'. Provincial Exposition
Subscription Fund.
For the purposo of raising a fund to
contributo towards thu patriotic and
worthy object of making the next annual provincial fair, to bo held iu this
city, a grand and unprecedented success,
the undersigned agree to contribute tho
sums opposito their respective names (to
be paid into the association or to trustees
competent to receive tho anmo, on or before 0 months from tho date of the hist
provincial exhibition, and to bo applied
to preparing exhibition grounds and
buildings iu thu city, for increasing the
amount offered in prizes, nnd for farthering tlio exhibition iu other ways);
Sharpe & Palue, Lulu Island  10 ot)
I, I- lickstvlii  Ill DO
It W Armitiimj*  IU 00
Kit Glover  id (ID
Walker.-; sliadwell  lft IH)
Olaml Hamber.  in do
Polar Grant  lft on
A  .T Hill  10 DO
Cii-it A   Clout.   io ih)
Js Macdouell  10 00
W C Loye  10 00
I' t.ilodeuu..  10 00
F G Strli-klam!  !£i 00
Gilley llros.    a) 00
HII Webb  .13 00
T Ctmnlnglinm  HO 00
Henderson Bros, Ohllllwhaek  id od
A 11 Wlnlemule  ID 00
EerEx-Mnyor Dlokluson  2V2 H5
Annie M Jaques  10 00
.Ins Ctinnlm-liiim  IjO IH)
(IruutA ll-u'sirom  20 00
.1 WH.'NMoith  :;ooo
Itcv.I II While    10C0
H lloujilns „  li.a im
WSScOUllur ALU    65 ti)
W c Coatham  is on
T M (.'uni!lii--1iriiii    2.1 t«
A E Rand    Wi 00
Ackerman Bros     .0 oo
lteld A Currie   25 00
h 'i' Read a Co  .riD oo
WII Tlill.ainlcuu    WOO
(Jiiint tt Maclure    10 00
Ogle,Campbell A Co  "-COO
SI U.l ll'.''|1l**- l'tlll.
Til G COMJM WAN  5»H) 00
W.I .Minslrotin    80 OO
O D Ilryiiuier   20 00
.Stewart A Cu-li    25 00
Georgo Turner    10 00
Younj* A- T-oliune    lft 00
Terhune <"• Co    10 00
A DesBrlsay   16 od
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Dr. Child's Pllo Ointment instantly relieves and permanently cures Piles, Pruritus and all hot nnd itching sores and
eruptions. N, W. agents, IJ. B- Curtis
k Co. dmy28yl
Wlion Baby wee slok, w« •*»••* her C-ntorl**,
When iho wm a Child, tht oriod for CaatorU.
Whon Bho became Miu, iho clung to Castoria,
Ifhta slit lud Children, ehogaTotliainCaatori"
POR  SALE.
HnlIRK  AND LOT   FOIt   SALE   AT I
i Lnuiier's fen-Mtu-'-,  Kl_iio_sl!natlon. |
APJlWftl
A. II. COUI.TEIt,
AUCTION SALE
Royal Columbimi Hospital
Site, ami Buildings.
I HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY THE
Trustees of the Royal Columbian Hospital to sell by Publle Auction at tlio Colonial Hotel, New Westminster, on
Monday, the 22nd Day of July,
At 8 O'clock V. M.,
Lots 13i 14, lft, Ht, IT nml IS,
Block XXXI,
Now Westminster City, situate on Agnes
Htreel, IirIiib llio present site of tho Royal
Coluiiiljlau Hospital,
This property Is vory eligibly situated
on the upper side of tlie principal residence street uf the city, and commands a
View of the Eraser Rlvor east uml wost.
The hospital luillillug and the stowurd's
rofmleneo will ho sold at samo timo.
Terms of sale will he—ii cash,'-; In throe
months nnd % lu six months from the
daloufr-'itu; nulnlerest.
Possession will bogWontotliepurchaser
or purofiiuara on thofflnUorJanuary,iS00|
when lho hiNt payment of the purchase
monoy will ho due.
Will nlso hu suid at same time:
Lot 4, merit .WII, NewWestminster
City,   All fenced.
1-alB I, tt. II, hiiIhII vision of l.»l 11, Bloek
1, Now Westminstor,
Terms—Mi cash, balance In ono yoarat
8 por oont,
T. J. TRAPP,
JySdtd Auctioneer.
Auction Sale!
ASALEBYl'OBIilOAUOhONOFTHIS
Heal mul r-T.-omil Ksi'itoof (lie Into
Dlt.LOETUS It. Mr In NTS will be held at
tne COLONIAL HOTEL, New Westminster, B. c,on
Saturday, August 31,1889,
At 7.U0 o'clock p, ra., hy A. M. Nei-son,
Auctioneer.when tlio/ollowlug'valuablo
property will ho sold without reserve to
the highest bidder.
Teumb—Ten i>or cent, down and the remainder In ten days from date of snle.
IITV WIOPERTY.
LOT 10, BLOCK   XVIIT-OOxlJB feel, to-
BOllior with DWELLING HOUSE ami
out-houses, holm* tho residence of tli
late Dr. L. R. Mclnnes,
LOT 8, BLOCK Cl-Merchants' Square-
;iX\*fi!i;   foundation   piled and   clipped,
ready for building.
MSTItlCT PROPERTY.
N. E. frueliounl U Sec. 28, Township «--
contalnlm* llil ncres. This vnluahle
niece of lnnd Ih bounder] bv Boundary
liny ou the enst, nnd hy a (-azettod i-oint
on the north; Is fenced on two sideband
for agricultural purposes cannot ho surpassed by nny laud ln tho province.
E. >/. of E. Vi of Sgc. 3, Township 8, being '.{
mile In width by 1 mile In length; containing 100 acres, and having uhouLlft
acres undor fence, a dwelling house
18x20 feet, h barn .tOziiOfeet, uud nlied-.
ndJoiniun. Muoh of the ahovo laud is
upon iiiiiTvcry easily cleared nnd excellent for agricultural purposes-.
W.J**; of E.)-'of See, 3, Townships, being
li mile In width by 1 milo in len--t.li:
containing 100 acres timbered land; soil
flrst-class quality.
N, E. M Seo. 380, Group I, containing <I0
acres timbered lnnd lying V,_ ml Ies from
C. P. 11. uml 3 miles from Port Moody.
PORT MOODY TOWN PROPERTY.
Siib-dlvlslonsof Lot 201, Group I (M'irray
Property).
Emotional Lots 2 A11,      Block 2.
" "    12,13 A 11, "     2.
" •'    0, "    3!    half
required by C. P. R. [not settled fori.
Fractional Lot 7, Block 3.
"    IS,    "     6.
Subdivisions of Lot 202, Group I (Clark
Property).
Lots 35,42,« A 45, Block '.'.
"    13 A 16. Block 0; required hy C. P.R,
[not settled for],
Sub-dlvisions of Lot 2(18, Group I (Beaven
Property.)
Lots 15 A 10, Block M.
PERSONAL PROPEnTY.
1 Horse, Harness, Buggy, Cutter, Saddle
A Bridle, Jewelry, Bhol-flurti oilice Furniture, .Surgeon's (,'ltiilr, Instruments,
Drugs, Medicines, Medical Hooks, Ac.
,L A. ROBINSON,
dllylOtd Executor.
IJMM&CO.
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
ITBttEPIIONn No. 55.]
14 CWIIE ROAD, Hi'IirAX. M LAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS ANO AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
London aud liaiicaslilre Kin; mul
UrhUh   KiM-ilre   Life  lit nur a nee
Coin pan Ina.
New WestminBter Dullillng Society.
Aeoouiltftii*l's Olllcc, Diocese of N.W.
City AmlUnr--, lHSO, 1H1S1 and 1888.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN   TIIE BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL I'llOI'Ell-
TY IN TIIE CITY  AND DISTRICT,
and othor monetary Iransnetluus.
Have several good iuvoslmenls on '-heir
books, and all new comers will do well to
cull boforo doing business elsewhere,
dwSdoly
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FOR SALE fiieP.
A FARM AT KENSINGTON PRAIRIE
containing 100 acres; about 100 ncres
eleared and 20 acres under cultivation;
lias a houso and barn and good fence all
around It. For further purtlbularS apply
to J. JACKSON,
JlylB-dtO-wtl Kensington Prairie.
DRESSMAKING
At HISS JEIWI-NttS',"-*
(Lati* ov England)
Cornet of Ohuroh and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
tso-Satlsfuctlon guaranteed,     dwfoTtc
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A large and well-selected Stock of White
Goods, in
Ladies' Ilnderwear,
Children's Embroidered Dresses
(WJHTH AND COLORED),
Infants' Robes, &c.
These Goods were bought right and are offered at extraordinary low figures.
WILL SELL THEIR REMAINING STOOK OF
AT    COST,   FOR   CASH.
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Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE HANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRV, PLATED WABt-, M.
BEST QUALITY,   EASTERN PRICES,
A full lino of HlMwtacZes & Eye-Glasses In steel, rubber, silver arc *-.,i-I
frames.   The fiueat Pebbles made, 54 per pair} all sights suited,
Special attention givon to KINK WATCH EEPAI US. Having lo"arut.i tlio
businoss tlioro uglily from some of tlio finest Horologers In England, anil since thon
managed the watch-repairlny departments of a few of the bust fhms en the coii'tl-
nent of America, is a sufficient guarantee ol good workmanship, Formerly manager ior nearly S years of tho well-known firm oi Savage & Lymhn, Montreal,
Charges Moderate,
Montreal, Dec., 1887.—Mr. P. Crake.—-AndW. Robertson- Esij.i Chairman of .
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watchmaker who did bo
well for mo ua you did when in Montreal, and I nm sorry you arc not hero to-day."
* ilwaprAc
AGENTS B. LAURANOE'S SPECTACLES.
SPECIAL   THIS  WEEK.
We are closing out our stock of SUMMER JERSEYS at
cost. Three or four days will clear them out at the prices
we have marked them.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & FREEMAN,
Uwlo MASONIC BLOCK.
SUMMER COATS,
Summer Underwear,
Summer Underwear,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL -HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, li. C.
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,     -     Oolumbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time.  A nice lot of CHRISTIE S"
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand.   New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
Ogle, Campbell £ Co's
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Next Door Bank of Montreal.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
ZDW/_._Z,2-,Xl  X2H
Choice Family groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTED A SPECIALTY.
X-abraciox herrings,
"Mlaclserel, Salt Cod.,
JLixxio-vlx's "CT-ac. "E3Ca-cas,
JLixrLOT-nx'a TTxio. Bacon..
mo-iax. Bran. Sliorte,
-"■HIGHEST PKIOES PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE,
noi'irir Soouliar-Armstrong Blook, Columbia St.
DIRECT IMPORTERS k DEALERS I
xx x a- xx - a l j*. s s
DRY GOODS
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GROCERIES
i        ■■■   inniatii   ■■ Mnait.il m *
Cor. Columbia & Mary Sts.
BON MARCH|
OTJ'R JLN1<TTJJLX_,
CLEARANCE SALE
HAS COMMENCED.
Slpooia.1 JBEtirgrctixxs.
WALKER & SHADWELL.
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